The Cleveland Browns gave up a late second-quarter touchdown to the Arizona Cardinals but did take a 10-7 lead to the locker room at the half.
After it looked like the Browns might end the half unscathed, Arizona quarterback John Skelton found his rhythm in the short-passing game quickly moving the Cardinals down the field in the final two minutes. The Cardinals finally scored with just 25 seconds remaining in the half when Skelton found receiver Andre Roberts for a nine-yard touchdown.
The Browns only had one other possession in the second quarter after starting the quarter with drive that ended with a Phil Dawson field goal. Quarterback Seneca Wallace continues to be conservative with the offense, completing 9 of 15 yards for just 85 yards with the longest reception coming on the 29-yard Mohammed Massaquoi touchdown reception.
Running back Peyton Hillis has been bottled up after a strong start, ending the half with 69 yards rushing. The Browns defense has held Arizona to just 29 yards rushing at the half.