Last-second field goal gives Browns a win

Yes, it was only the third preseason game and it was against Buffalo, one of the league’s worst teams, but the Browns are starting to put together some positive things. They won their second straight preseason game as they defeated the Bills 20-17 on a 35-yard field goal by Jeff Chandler as time expired.

The Browns wasted no time putting points on the board. On their opening drive, they drove down the field and Charlie Frye hit TE Steve Heiden on a 2-yard pass in the back of the endzone to put the Brownies up 7-0. Frye, who was 12-for-16 for 76 yards and 1 TD, threw the ball extremely well as he and the first-teamers played all of the first half and the first drive of the third quarter.

Peerless Price burned cornerback Ralph Brown on a 54-yard touchdown reception and the Bills went into halftime holding a 10-7 lead. In the fourth quarter, Joshua Cribbs caught a pass from Derek Anderson for a score as the Browns regained their seven-point advantage. The Bills responded with a touchdown of their own when Lionel Gates ran it in from three yards out to tie it up. Derek Anderson, who finished 4-for-7 for 83 yards and 1 TD, orchestrated the two-minute drill and led his offense down the field to set up the game-winning field goal.

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