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Browns Look To Stun Perfect Pats

The Patriots look to stay perfect on the season as they face the upstart Cleveland Browns at Foxboro Stadium Sunday afternoon.  The Pats are coming off a big 34-13 win on Monday Night Football against the Bengals, a game in which Randy Moss caught his sixth and seventh TD pass of the year.  Sammy Morris ran for 117 yards in place of the injured Laurence Maroney.  New England has won all four of its games by at least 20 points.  The Cleveland Browns head to Foxboro in hopes of upsetting yet another AFC powerhouse after beating the Baltimore Ravens last week 27-13.  Jamal Lewis rushed for 64 yards and a score verses his former team, and Braylon Edwards caught a 78-yard TD pass to cap the surprising victory.  The Patriots won 42-15 the last time they played the Browns in 2004.

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