With just minutes left in a rare blowout win, new owner Jimmy Haslam leaned over the railing of his open-air suite and pumped his fist in celebration.
Down below, Cleveland fans jumped and screamed in delight.
Their team is rolling.
Yep, the Browns, masters of disaster for years, are winning.
On a day when an attempt to block a punt turned into a record return for a touchdown, the Browns showed some offensive creativity and did just about everything right in a 30-7 rout of the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, extending Cleveland's longest winning streak since 2009 to three games.
Travis Benjamin's electrifying 93-yard TD return in the second quarter gave the Browns (5-8) momentum they never gave back and Cleveland posted its most lopsided win since 2003.
''It's big for us,'' said tight end Ben Watson, who had three receptions for 43 yards and prevented the Chiefs from intercepting one of quarterback Brandon Weeden's passes. ''We've had ...