With an interception of quarterback Josh McCown with 38 seconds to play in the fourth quarter, the Oakland Raiders earned a 27-20 win over the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday.
Today’s win over the Browns was the Raiders’ first in the Eastern Time Zone since 2009 and just their third road victory in their last 25 tries.
Browns wide receiver Travis Benjamin caught a four-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Josh McCown and brought the team to within a score of the Raiders, 27-20, with 6:28 to play in regulation.
On second-and-goal, McCown took a shotgun snap from center Alex Mack and rifled a pass over the Benjamin, who despite being in the grasp of a Raiders defender, outstretched his arms and got the ball across the goal line for the score.
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