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November 7, 2010 - Mike McLain
The Browns didn't stop their tricky ways when thy left New Orleans two weeks ago.
Leading 10-7 in the second quarter, the Browns relied on what can be called a "fumblerooski" on a touchdown run by Chansi Stucky. The way the play developed, Stuckey lined up behind right guard Billy Yates. Joshua Cribbs, who normally lines up in a shotgun position in the wildcat formation, went under center Alex Mack. Cribbs took the snap and underhanded a handoff to Stuckey, who ran around the right side on an 11-yard run.
The score gave the Browns a 17-7 lead. The Patriots drove deep into Browns' territory on their next possession. With time running out in the half, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski had the ball stripped from his grasp on a throw inside the 5. Elam, who caused the fumble, fell on the losee ball to secure a 10-point halftime lead for the Browns.
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