Quarterback Brandon Weeden threw an interception on his first pass attempt of the Browns' second possession of the second half, but Michael Vick returned the favor on the ensuing Philadelphia possession.
Cleveland's L.J. Fort picked off Vick's pass and returned it 10 yards before the Browns finished off the drive with a 42-yard field goal.
After the Vick interception, the ugly afternoon for Weeden continued. He fumbled on the first snap, but Trent Richardson recovered. After a first down pass for 13 yards, Weeden was sacked but got hit on a roughing the passer penalty to advance the ball to the 25 yard line, which gave the Browns' Phil Dawson a good look for the field goal attempt.
Weeden completed 10-of-29 passes for 98 yards on the afternoon. He's thrown three interceptions.
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