Bills Finally Break Road Woes, Top Browns 24-14

It seems like a long time since the Bills have won a road game.

In fact, it has been.

The Bills through came through a lot Sunday, as they topped the Browns 24-14 in Cleveland with Bills fans chanting “Let’s Go Buffalo” in the stairs coming out of the stadium.

The Bills jumped to a quick 14-0 lead, and were able to hang on with RB C.J. Spiller, out, holding on for the 10-point win.

Buffalo’s D did a solid job all day on the Browns offense, as they held #3 overall pick Trent Richardson to just 27 yards on the day.

Cleveland QB Brandon Weeden went 27 of 43 for 237 yards and a TD pass to fellow rookie Travis Benjamin.

Fitzpatrick threw three touchdowns, and on the day was 22 of 35 for 208 yards with three touchdowns.

The Bills hadn’t won outside Buffalo since the 2011 season opener at Kansas City.

Before he got hurt, Spiller scored on a 32-yard screen pass from Fitzpatrick, who also threw a 9-yard TD to T.J. Graham in the first quarter and hooked up with Stevie Johnson from 9 yards in the fourth for a 24-14 lead.

From there, the Bills D stopped Weeden with a couple late picks, sealing the win to move to 1-2 on the season.

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