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Browns players of the week: Week 14

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Posted Dec. 14, 2010 @ 12:52 a.m. ET
By Mike Wilkening

Here are the Browns' players of the week on offense, defense and special teams for Week 14.

Offense: RB Peyton Hillis

On a disappointing day for the offense, Hillis gets the nod. He rushed for 108 yards on 21 carries in the 13-6 loss at Buffalo. However, he fumbled three times, losing one. Hillis has been the Browns' best offensive player this season by a wide margin, but he's fumbled eight times, with five recovered by the opposition.

Defense: S T.J. Ward

Ward notched a team-high 12 tackles for Cleveland and leads the team in tackles on the season. He's teamed with Abram Elam to give the Browns a playmaking tandem at safety. Moreoever, Ward has been an important contributor on special teams.

Special teams: PK Phil Dawson

The Browns' steady veteran kicker accounted for all of Cleveland's scoring in the 13-6 loss at Buffalo Sunday, connecting on both field-goal attempts. The last original "new" Brown, Dawson is having another fine season. He's hit 20-of-25 field goals this season, and the Browns have covered his kickoffs exceptionally well, too.

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