Browns fall short in Washington
The Washington Redskins put up a pair of touchdowns in the second half on Sunday afternoon to get past the Cleveland Browns by a final score of 14-11.
The Redskins failed to cover the 7.5-point spread at home in this contest, while the combined score fell well UNDER the day’s posted total (42).
Jason Campbell threw for 164 yards and a touchdown in the win for Washington. Clinton Portis ran for 175 yards and a score.
Derek Anderson was only good for 136 passing yards in the loss for the Browns, with one TD strike and no interceptions.