The Cleveland Browns finally put a complete game together in all three aspects of play during its 14-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars yesterday, ending a three game losing streak. The team’s offense, which had struggled to find the end zone, recorded two touchdowns yesterday. The first came on a one-yard run by relatively new Brown Chris Ogbonnaya, which was set up by a 22-yard pass from Colt McCoy to rookie receiver Greg Little. On the day, Little caught five pass for 59 yards, leading all Cleveland receivers. Jordan Norwood put up the second most yards for a Browns’ wideout with 51 yards, all of which came on one play that highlighted the rookies abilities to shake defenders. Offensive mainstay Josh Cribbs pulled in three catches for 21 yards, including a three-yard touchdown pass. McCoy finished the day going 17 out of 24 for 199 yards with one touchdown and one interception. McCoy also added 27 yards on the ground, making him the second leading Browns rusher during the game. Perhaps the biggest surprise on the day was the play of Ogbonnaya. Besides chalking up the Browns first rushing touchdown in lord knows how long, he also contributed the first 100 yard rushing game by a Cleveland player in an equally as long time. In total, Ogbonnaya ran for 115 yards on 21 carries and contributed and additional 19 yards on two receptions. Not as big of a surprise was the Browns head-turning young defense. Despite the team’s record, the Browns D is actually the top performing pass defense in the league, while overall the team ranks just outside the top at number 11. While the strength is definitely in the secondary, the Browns rushing defense – which currently ranks number 30 in the league – held Maurice Jones-Drew to 84 yards on 21 carries. Jones-Drew went into the game leading the league in yards. On a day that found the offense finally clicking, to some extent at least, the usually strong kicking game suffered slightly. During the fourth quarter, the almost automatic Phil Dawson missed wide right on a 38 yard field goal attempt. Though, the miss might be contributed to poor officiating, as the call was in question, but unfortunately unreviewable, as it sailed over the upright. Despite the woeful play of Jacksonville thus far this year, a win is a win and the confidence the team gained from putting up a W will hopefully continue on in subsequent weeks. It was also nice to see the team not play down to their competition, as they may have been guilty of last week. P.S. Please don’t be the idiot to call in to a sports talk show to bitch about how the Browns should be tanking games to get a higher draft pick. You sound like a dickhead.