Dawson converts field goal attempt

Posted by Matt Florjancic on December 9, 2012 – 8:04 pm

Cleveland kicker Phil Dawson converted a 24-yard field goal and increased the Browns’ lead over the Kansas City Chiefs to 20-7 with 8:42 remaining in the third quarter of play from Cleveland Browns Stadium.

The field goal was Dawson’s second of the day and capped off a five-play, seven-yard drive that saw two touchdowns come off the scoreboard due to penalties.

Tight end Benjamin Watson caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Brandon Weeden, but he and wide receiver Greg Little were in motion at the same time and not set at the snap. The illegal shift penalty was followed by an offensive pass interference infraction on running back Trent Richardson.

The defense set up the Browns’ second scoring drive of the third quarter when Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn had a pass attempt deflected by cornerback Sheldon Brown. Safety Tashaun Gipson picked off the pass and returned it 23 yards.

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