Sunday may go down as one of the most memorable days in Cleveland Browns history. At least for the fans and a couple of guys named Josh Cribbs and Jerome Harrison. Ten days after a home win over the Pittsburgh Steelers ended a 12-game losing streak to the hated rivals, the Cleveland Browns picked up their third win of the season in a wild 41-34 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. The shoot-out scoring was back and forth even though the passing attack of the Browns never got going. In fact, it wasn't even needed as a pair of players were able to put the team on their shoulders and set aáfew records along the way. Joshua Cribbs' 100-yard kick return TD late in the first quarter was the seventh of his career and set a new NFL record for kick return scores. Cribbs took the kick at the goal line ...
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