CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – One hit can change a game.
Donte Whitner delivered one of his patented big hits Sunday late in the third quarter which woke the Browns from their slumber as they moved to 4-3 on the season with a 23-13 win over the hapless Oakland Raiders.
“If you had to hit the turning point, I think that one is pretty obvious,” head coach Mike Pettine said.
With the Browns clinging to a 9-6 lead in a game highlighted by 5 field goals and 10 punts between the 2 teams, Oakland drove 11 plays and 62 yards after starting from their own 9 to the Cleveland 29.
With 40 seconds remaining in the third, Raiders running back Darren McFadden burst though the line and into the secondary for 9 yards before Whitner lowered the boom and popped him at the Browns 20. The ball squirted out of…
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