Jerome Harrison scored third touchdowns, his last with 44 seconds left and rushed for a team record 286 yards, and Josh Cribbs returned two kickoffs for touchdowns to lift the Browns to a 41-34 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Cribbs set a record by returning his seventh and then eighth kickoff returns for a touchdown. His second was 103 yards, the longest in NFL history. Cribbs started the Browns (3-11) off with kickoff returns of 100 and 103 yards in the first half, breaking the NFL career record and tying the single-game mark.
Jamaal Charles ran for a career high 154 yards and scored in his sixth straight game. The Chiefs (3-11) were in the game the whole way and tied the game at 34-34 on Matt Cassel’s 12-yard touchdown pass to Mark Bradley on a fourth-and-6 with 2:20 left.
The Chiefs had their same problems. Dropped passes and stinky run defense. Kansas City has allowed 796 yards rushing the past three games, all at home. The problems on special teams were something new. The longest kick return the Chiefs had allowed this season was 37 yards before Cribbs.