Rookie Lions quarterback Kellen Moore saw action in the third quarter, and the former Boise State standout struggled, completing just two of nine passes for 22 yards. Moore replaced back-up Shaun Hill, who tossed a second quarter three-yard touchdown pass to Stefan Logan.
Cleveland finally scored a touchdown midway through the third quarter on an 12-yard Seneca Wallace pass to Brad Smelley, capping an eight-play, 43-yard drive. Wallace is the third quarterback of the game for the Browns, after Brandon Weeden and Colt McCoy took snaps in the first half.
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