Aeneas Williams may be getting up there in age, but the 35 year old defensive back still has enough to keep even the youngest opponent in awe. He had two interceptions in less than a minute to help the Rams beat the Browns 26-20 at Cleveland. The first pick was returned for a touchdown, the other led to a touchdown late in the second quarter to give St. Louis a 23-7 lead at the half. Williams also led the team with 10 tackles. But Williams wasn’t the only hero of the evening. Place kicker Jeff Wilkins belted four field goals on the night, as the offense got into the end zone just once. Wilkins fourth field goal of the game gave the Rams their only points of the second half, as Tim Couch attempted to lead a comeback for the Browns. He replaced Kelly Holcombe in the third quarter, but the Browns’ two touchdowns in the second half weren’t enough. Brian Young knocked the ball out of Couch’s hand on a fourth down play to end Cleveland’s hopes of a win. The victory clinches a playoff spot for the Rams, who are 10-3. Marshall Faulk finished with 102 yards rushing and 43 yards receiving. Marc Bulger was 22-36 for 223 yards a touchdown and an interception. With a win over the Seahawks on Sunday, the Rams will clinch the NFC West.