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Posted Nov. 13, 2010 @ 9:01 p.m. ET
By PFW staff

Take a quick stroll down memory lane with PFW for a recap of the Browns' Week 10 contests each of the last five seasons:

2009: The Browns were held scoreless at home in front of a national cable-TV audience as they fell 16-0 to the Ravens on "Monday Night Football." QB Brady Quinn completed just 13-of-31 passes for 99 yards and had an interception returned for a touchdown. The Browns held the Ravens (5-4) scoreless in the first half and allowed just one offensive TD, but they could not get anything going against the Baltimore defense. The loss dropped Cleveland to 1-8.

2008: The Browns allowed three fourth-quarter touchdown passes from Broncos QB Jay Cutler in a 34-30 home loss on Thursday night. The Browns (3-6) were clicking early, with Quinn, making his first-ever start, and TE Kellen Winslow (10 catches, 111 yards) hooking up for a pair of scores. However, the Browns had no answers for Cutler, who threw for 447 yards and led the Broncos (5-4) on a 13-play, 80-yard drive culminating in an 11-yard game-winning TD pass to Brandon Marshall with 1:14 left.

2007: The Browns let a 12-point halftime lead slip away as Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger led Pittsburgh back to a 31-26 victory. Browns QB Derek Anderson was on target early, throwing three first-half touchdown passes, but the Steelers (7-2) stormed back, taking a 24-21 lead early in the fourth quarter. However, the Browns (5-4) countered with a memorable 100-yard kickoff return from Joshua Cribbs to take a 28-24 advantage with 11:14 left. But Pittsburgh embarked on a 14-play, 78-yard drive ending in a two-yard Roethlisberger-to-Heath Miller TD pass with 3:13 left to take control of the game for good.

2006: The Browns (3-6) broke out to a 14-0 first-half lead and held off host Atlanta (5-4) 17-13 in the Georgia Dome. Browns QB Charlie Frye outplayed counterpart Michael Vick, completing 16-of-22 passes for 165 yards with one TD pass in victory. Vick threw a pair of interceptions and lost a fumble at the Cleveland 28 with 2:28 left.

2005: Cleveland (3-6) scored first and last in a 34-21 loss to the Steelers, but the Browns had no answer for Pittsburgh's 24 points in the second and third quarters. Browns WR Antonio Bryant caught five passes for 82 yards and a score, while RB Reuben Droughns rushed for 56 yards. QB Charlie Batch started in place of the injured Roethlisberger for the Steelers (7-2), and WR Antwaan Randle El threw a 51-yard TD pass to Hines Ward in the third quarter. 

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