November 1, 2015
Cleveland Browns (2-5) vs. Arizona Cardinals (5-2)
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
1:00 p.m. Kickoff
Local Television: FOX, Channel 8
Play-by-play: Matt Smith, Analyst: Chris Cooley
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 (81-281, 3.5, 1 TD)
Passing: Josh McCown (147-220, 1,686, 8 TD)
Receiving: Travis Benjamin (35-575, 16.4, 4 TD)
Rushing: Chris Johnson (111-567, 4.8, 3 TD)
Passing: Carson Palmer (145-222, 2,012, 16 TD)
Receiving: Larry Fitzgerald (46-622, 13.5, 6 TD)
12/18/11 Browns 17, Cardinals 20 in Arizona
Projected Browns Starting Line-up:
Questionable: Tashaun Gipson, Josh McCown, Craig Robertson
Probable: Isaiah Crowell, Joe Haden, John Hughes, Paul Kruger, Johnny Manziel, Marlon Moore, K’Waun Williams
Out: Andrew Hawkins, Rob Housler, Jordan Poyer
- Arizona Head Coach Bruce Arians was the Browns offensive coordinator from 2001-03.
- LB Karlos Dansby was selected by the Cardinals in the second round (33rd overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played seven seasons (2004-09, 2013) in Arizona and led the team in tackles and recorded an interception during Super Bowl XLIII.
- The Browns have registered 2,067 passing yards this season, the most through the first seven weeks of a season in franchise history. The total is fourth among all NFL teams this season. The team has completed 17 passes of 25-yards or longer, its most through the first seven weeks of a season and tied for the third-most in the league this season.
- TE Gary Barnidge recorded six receptions for 101 yards at St. Louis (10/25). Barnidge is leading the team with five receiving touchdowns and is second with 33 receptions for 514 yards. All of those figures represent career highs. Among all NFL tight ends this season, Barnidge ranks first in the league in third-down receptions, second in receiving yards, third in touchdowns and third in receiving average.
- Rookie RB Duke Johnson Jr. is fourth among all NFL running backs with 31 receptions. Among all NFL rookies, he is third in receptions and fourth in receiving yards.
- OL Joe Thomas has started all 135 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 8,382 is the longest active stretch in the league.