Hog alum Peyton Hillis has 102 yards & TD in Browns win

CLEVELAND (AP) - Peyton Hillis rumbled for 102 yards and a

touchdown, Phil Dawson kicked three field goals and the Cleveland

Browns finally held on to a fourth-quarter lead, surviving a big

day by Terrell Owens for their first win, 23-20 over the Cincinnati

Bengals on Sunday.

The Browns (1-3) had lost their first three games by a total of

12 points, failing to finish down the stretch.

But this time, they overcame a costly penalty, made a crucial

sack of Carson Palmer in the closing minutes and withstood a

10-catch, 220-yard performance by Owens, who also moved into second

place on the NFL career list in receiving yards.

The Bengals (2-2) had their eight-game winning streak in the AFC

North snapped.