October 18, 2015
Cleveland Browns (2-3) vs. Oakland Raiders (5-0)
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
1:00 p.m. Kickoff
Local Television: CBS, Channel 19
Play-by-play: Ian Eagle, Analyst: Dan Fouts, Sideline: Evan Washburn
Cleveland Browns Radio Network
Flagship stations: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)
Play-by-play: Jim Donovan Analyst: Doug Dieken Sideline reporter: Nathan Zegura
Rushing: Isaiah Crowell (62-240, 3.9, 1 TD)
Passing: Josh McCown (101-149, 1,203, 6 TD)
Receiving: Travis Benjamin (22-411, 18.7, 4 TD)
Rushing: Ronnie Hillman (46-212, 4.6, 2 TD)
Passing: Peyton Manning (120-189, 1,234, 6 TD)
Receiving: Emmanuel Sanders (34-418, 12.3, 2 TD)
12/23/12 Browns 12, Broncos 34 in Denver
Projected Browns Starting Line-up:
Questionable: Desmond Bryant, Isaiah Crowell, Karlos Dansby, Shaun Draughn, Marlon Moore, Robert Turbin
Probable: Johnny Manziel, Josh McCown, Mitchell Schwartz, Brian Hartline
Out: Scott Solomon (IR), Joe Haden, Tashaun Gipson, Craig Robertson
- Broncos DB T.J. Ward was originally drafted by the Browns in the second round of the 2010 draft. He spent four years (2010-13) in Cleveland and was selected to the Pro Bowl his final season.
- Broncos WR Jordan Norwood spent parts of four seasons (2009-12) with the Browns. He appeared in 16 games and caught 36 passes for 405 yards with one touchdown.
- Broncos director of pro personnel Tom Heckert served as the Browns General Manager from 2010-12.
- TE Gary Barnidge, with a 100-yard game, he would join Ozzie Newsome (three in 1982), Kellen Winslow (three in 2007) and Milt Morin (four in 1968) as the only Browns tight ends to record three 100-yard receiving games in a season.
- QB Josh McCown could throw for 300 yards or more in four consecutive games for the first time in his career. A 300-yard game would also mark the most 300-yard passing games in a single season for McCown. Would join Brian Sipe (four in 1979, four in 1983 and six in 1980) as the only Browns quarterbacks to throw for 300 yards or more four times in a season.
- OL Joe Thomas has started all 133 career games and has not missed an offensive snap since joining the Browns as the third overall selection of the 2007 draft. His consecutive snaps streak of 8,249 is the longest active stretch in the league.