Browns7667 -- 26Packers70017 -- 24The retirement of Reggie White's number wasn't enough to inspire Green Bay.
Cleveland's Trent Dilfer won for the first time in nine trips to Lambeau Field, guiding the Browns and giving new coach Romeo Crennel his first victory.
Dilfer threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards and a game-icing 62-yarder to Steve Heiden with 1 minute 50 seconds remaining.
Dilfer, who lost six times as a starter at Green Bay, once as a reserve and another time as an observer, completed 21 of 32 passes for 336 yards -- the second-highest total of his career -- and three touchdowns. His 62-yarder to Heiden made it 26-17, too much for the Packers to overcome.
Brett Favre broke John Elway's single-stadium NFL touchdown record of 180 with a four-yard toss to Tony Fisher with four seconds left. But Brodney Pool recovered the onside kick for Cleveland (1-1).
Green Bay: Driver 42 pass from Favre (Longwell kick), 9:48.
Cleveland: Heiden 1 pass from Dilfer (Dawson kick), 3:48.
Cleveland: FG Dawson 21, 13:47.
Cleveland: FG Dawson 40, 0:13.
Cleveland: Edwards 80 pass from Dilfer (kick failed), 2:26.
Green Bay: FG Longwell 34, 11:40.
Green Bay: Ferguson 19 pass from Favre (Longwell kick), 3:40.
Cleveland: Heiden 62 pass from Dilfer (Dawson kick), 1:50.
Green Bay: Fisher 4 pass from Favre (Longwell kick), 0:04.
BrownsPackersFirst Downs 1927Total Net Yards 391452Rushes-Yards 23-5530-116Passing 336336Punt Returns 1-(-11)1-9Kickoff Returns 4-1005-88Interceptions Ret. 2-140-0Comp-Att-Int 21-32-032-44-2Sacked-Yards Lost 0-01-6Punts 4-44.53-34.3Fumbles-Lost 2-02-0Penalties-Yards 6-406-41Time of Possession 24:4935:11 RUSHING
Cleveland: Droughns 20-50, Dilfer 3-5.
Green Bay: A.Green 16-54, Davenport 8-36, Favre 3-19, Fisher 2-(minus 1), Chatman 1-8.
Cleveland: Dilfer 21-32-0-336.
Green Bay: Favre 32-44-2-342.
Cleveland: Heiden 6-104, Droughns 4-29, Edwards 3-107, Northcutt 3-39, Bryant 3-32, W. Green 1-14, Jackson 1-11.
Green Bay: Driver 6-105, A. Green 5-45, Henderson 5-27, Chatman 4-71, Ferguson 4-47, Murphy 3-23, Franks 3-15, Leach 1-5, Fisher 1-4.
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