Baker Mayfield led a late fourth quarter drive and hit Rashard “Hollywood” Higgins for the go ahead touchdown, and when Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka missed from 52 yards out, the Cleveland Browns snapped a four game losing streak and picked up their third win of the season, 19-16 over Buffalo.
Trailing 16-12 with 5:21 left in the ball game, the Browns quarterback led his team on a 10 play, 82 yard drive that ended with Mayfield and Higgins connecting from 7 yards out for the score.
Mayfield finished with 238 yards passing, 2 touchdowns and no turnovers.
Nick Chubb led the team in rushing with 116 yards on the ground.
Jarvis Landry caught 9 passes for 97 yards and a first quarter touchdown.
Kareem Hunt playing in his first game of the season after being suspended for the first 8 games of the season contributed 74 yards of total offense, running and catching the ball.
Freddie Kitchens team improved to (3-6) on the year, while Buffalo fell to (6-3).
Next up for the Browns, a home game this Thursday night against the (5-4) Pittsburgh Steelers.