Browns Reserves Rally For Win
Brian Hoyer threw for 307 yards and came on down the stretch and Cleveland closed out the preseason with an 18-16 victory over Chicago on Thursday night.
Hoyer was intercepted twice. But he also led the Browns (3-1) on a 76-yard touchdown drive that made it a one-point game in the fourth quarter.
Punter Spencer Lanning kicked a 40-yard field goal with just over three minutes left following a fumble by Harvey Unga to make it 18-16.
Jordan Palmer dominated the first half for the Bears.
Robbie Gould then missed a 57-yarder wide right with just over a minute left, and the Bears (2-2) lost after leading most of the way.