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sion, Carl Banks tipped a Jeff Blake pass into the hands of Dana Hall, who returned the ball to the Cincinnati 45. Earnest Byner raced 23 yards on a draw to set up Matt Stover’s 28-yard field goal with 8:30 left in overtime.

Nov. 4, 2001—Chicago 27, Cleveland 21, at Chicago; Bears won toss. The Browns shut down Chicago on the first series of overtime, forcing a Chicago punt. On the third play of Cleveland’s first possession in overtime, Brian Robinson tipped a pass from Tim Couch and the ball was intercepted by Mike Brown, who returned it for the win- ning touchdown with 12:10 left in overtime.

Nov. 11, 2001—Pittsburgh 15, Cleveland 12, at Cleveland; Steelers won toss. The Steelers took the opening kickoff and ran eight times for 58 yards, including 48 yards by Jerome Bettis, to set up a 32-yard field goal by Kris Brown with 9:38 remaining in overtime.

Sept. 22, 2002—Cleveland 31, Tennessee 28, at Tennessee; Browns won the toss. Cleveland overcame a 14- point fourth quarter deficit to force overtime. The Browns took the opening kickoff and drove 65 yards on eight plays to set up a 33-yard field goal by Phil Dawson.

Sept 29, 2002—Pittsburgh 16, Cleveland 13, at Pittsburgh; Steelers won toss. Cleveland rookie LB Andra Davis intercepted Steelers’ QB Tommy Maddox on Pittsburgh’s first possession, but Browns K Phil Dawson missed a 45-yard field goal attempt. Pittsburgh answered with an 11-play, 52-yard drive, capped by a 31-yard field goal by K Todd Peterson. Peterson’s first attempt at the game-winner on third down was blocked by the Browns but recovered by Pittsburgh behind the line of scrimmage to set up another fourth down kick.

Dec. 14, 2003—Denver 23, Cleveland 20, at Denver; Browns won toss. Cleveland overcame an early 10-0 deficit in the 1st quarter as Browns’ QB Tim Couch threw for 2 TDs in regulation. Denver stopped Cleveland in OT and orchestrated an 8-play, 46-yard drive as Broncos K Jason Elam connected on a 25-yard field goal.

Oct. 24, 2004—Philadelphia 34, Cleveland 31, at Cleveland; Eagles won toss. QB Jeff Garcia sent the game to overtime with a 4-yard run with :30 left in the fourth quarter. The Browns forced a punt on the Eagles first pos- session of overtime but couldn’t cross mid-field and gave the ball back to Philadelphia. Eagles K David Akers made a 50-yard field goal with 5:02 left in overtime.

NOTE—Cleveland’s overtime record is 13-13-1 (14-14-1 including postseason). The Browns set a team record with four overtime games in 1989, tying for second most in NFL history. The Browns are 1-1 in postseason over- time games. Coin toss results (includes post-season): Browns won toss (9-8-1); Browns lost toss (5-6).

11/20/2005

vs. Miami Dolphins

22-0

11/25/2001

vs. Cincinnati Bengals

18-0

9/18/1994

vs. Arizona Cardinals

32-0

12/01/1991

at Indianapolis Colts

31-0

9/08/1991

at New England Patriots

20-0

9/10/1989

at Pittsburgh Steelers

51-0

10/18/1987

at Cincinnati Bengals

34-0*

11/20/1983

at New England Patriots

30-0

11/13/1983

vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

20-0

12/01/1974

vs. San Francisco 49ers

7-0

11/05/1972

vs. Houston Oilers

20-0

9/19/1971

vs. Houston Oilers

31-0

10/25/1970

at Miami Dolphins

28-0

10/22/1967

vs. Chicago Bears

24-0

12/27/1964

vs. Baltimore Colts

27-0**

12/11/1960

vs. Chicago Bears

42-0

12/01/1957

vs. Chicago Cardinals

31-0

11/10/1957

vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

24-0

11/18/1956

at Philadelphia Eagles

16-0

11/21/1954

vs. Philadelphia Eagles

6-0

10/25/1953

at New York Giants

7-0

9/27/1953

at Green Bay Packers

27-0

12/07/1952

at Chicago Cardinals

10-0

12/09/1951

at Pittsburgh Steelers

28-0

11/18/1951

at New York Giants

10-0

10/21/1951

vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

17-0

10/14/1951

vs. Washington Redskins

45-0

9/24/1950

at Baltimore Colts

31-0

  • *

    replacement game, during 1987 players’ strike

** NFL Championship Game

SHUTOUTS

BY BROWNS

BY OPPONENTS

12/24/2005 12/19/2004 12/21/2003 12/17/2000 12/03/2000 10/22/2000 10/01/2000

vs. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. San Diego vs. Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens

9/12/1999 9/27/1992 12/23/1990 11/04/1990 9/30/1990

vs. Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Denver Broncos at Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs

12/03/1989 9/03/1984

vs. Cincinnati Bengals at Seattle Seahawks

0-41 0-21 0-35 0-24 0-48 0-22 0-12

0-43 0-12 0-35 0-42 0-34

0-21 0-33

11/27/1977

vs. Los Angeles Rams

12/03/1972

at Pittsburgh Steelers

10/15/1972

vs. Chicago Bears

10/24/1971

vs. Denver Broncos

12/21/1958

at New York Giants

10/01/1950

vs. New York Giants

12/29/1968

vs. Baltimore Colts

0-9 0-30 0-17 0-27

0-34**

0-10# 0-6

  • #

    Playoff Game

**NFL Championship Game

The Browns have won 28 NFL games by shutout and lost 21. Cleveland registered eight shutouts in the AAFC, and was never shutout.

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HISTORY

Browns in Overtime/ Shutouts

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