The Browns come right back. With Wallace still at QB, Cleveland goes 63 yards for the score against mostly Green Bay’s No. 1 defense, though there were some substitutions here and there. The big play was a 26-yard screen pass to FB Peyton Hillis to get Cleveland into scoring range. Three plays later, on third-and-5, Wallace found TE Benjamin Watson wide open over the middle for a 20-yard score. Watson beat LB A.J. Hawk on the play and there was no deep help behind him.
7 plays, 63 yards, time of poss. 3:12
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