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Take a quick stroll down memory lane with PFW for a recap of the Browns' Week 15 contests in each of the last five seasons:
2009: Browns' RB Jerome Harrison's career day led Cleveland to a 41-34 win at Kansas City. Harrison scored three times in the contest — all in the second half — and carried the ball 34 times for a team-record 286 yards. WR Joshua Cribbs left a lasting impact as well, taking a pair of kickoff returns in for touchdowns.
2008: For the fourth consecutive game, the Browns were held without an offensive TD as they fell 30-10 at Philadelphia. Cleveland's lone TD came on an interception return by CB Brandon McDonald. WR Braylon Edwards caught five passes for 102 yards.
2007: The Browns defeated the Bills 8-0 in snowy, windy conditions in Cleveland. The Browns' scores came on a pair of first-half field goals from Phil Dawson and a safety on an errant snap that went out of the endzone. In a game in which passing was very tough, RB Jamal Lewis had a big day on the ground, picking up 163 yards on 33 carries.
2006: Baltimore pulled away in the second half to prevail 27-17 against visiting Cleveland. Browns QB Derek Anderson completed 23-of-32 passes for 223 yards and two TDs but threw a pair of interceptions. WR Braylon Edwards and TE Kellen Winslow each had five catches, with Edwards adding a TD.
2005: The Browns prevailed 9-7 at Oakland on Phil Dawson's 37-yard field goal on the final play of the game. Browns DE Alvin McKinley blocked Raiders PK Sebastian Janikowski's 46-yard field-goal attempt with a little more than three minutes left and Oakland leading 7-6, and the Browns were able to drive into field-goal range for Dawson. A Reuben Droughns fumble with less than a minute left was overturned, allowing Cleveland to keep the ball.