That's three in a row for the Cleveland Browns, as they beat the Kansas City Chiefs 30-7, highlighted by rookie Travis Benjamin's 93-yard punt-return for a TD.
The win makes it one more win than last season's total record. It also marks their longest winning streak since 2009.
Cleveland QB Brandon Weeden went 17/30, 217 YDS, but without a TD pass, instead handing it over to RB Trent Richardson, who had two 1-yard TDs.
The Chiefs, still emotionallty drained from the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide, fall to 2-11. "It is going to be with some guys the rest of their lives," QB Brady Quinn said. "But it was not a distraction because we live to play football. We just didn't play an all-around football game like we did last week."
The 5-8 Browns have had a resurgence as of late, but second-year head coach Pat Shurmur's job still hangs in the balance. They do seem to gelling, which is a good thing for him and the team going forward.
It's been a long year," LB D'Qwell Jackson said. "At first, it was rocky. We were in a lot of close ballgames and we weren't able to finish, and now we're starting to create something. We had some young guys at the beginning of the season that were a little immature, and they've grown up a little bit.
"We have something going right now."