Cleveland, OH (Sports Network) - Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for three touchdowns
and the Buffalo Bills defeated the Cleveland Browns, 24-14, to earn their
first road victory since Week 1 of last season.
Fitzpatrick threw for 208 yards on 22-of-35 efficiency, connecting seven times
with Stevie Johnson, whose touchdown catch in the fourth quarter accounted for
the game's final margin. T.J. Graham and C.J. Spiller also caught touchdown
passes to help the Bills (2-1) end their eight-game road skid.
After strong performances last week against the Cincinnati Bengals, Brandon
Weeden and Trent Richardson regressed on Sunday. Weeden threw for a touchdown
late in the third, but his two interceptions in the fourth quarter doomed the
Browns, who fell to 0-3 for the fifth time in the last seven seasons.
Richardson ran for a score, but only managed 27 yards rushing on 12 carries.
He also caught six passes for 24 yards in the loss.
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