Peyton Hillis just scored his second TD of the game for Cleveland, annd the Browns lead 14-7 with 2:55 still to go in a high-scoring first quarter.
Jake Delhomme ran off the field hugging people after his second straight TD drive -- this one seven plays for 64 yards.
The Panthers defense has now committed three third-down penalties to keep the drive alive -- on Sherrod Martin, Chris Gamble and Charles Johnson, respectively. Martin's was on the first Browns TD drive and the other two were on the second. Gamble was called for illegal holding and Johnson for roughing Delhomme -- if either penalty had not been called, Cleveland would have had to punt.
Instead, Cleveland leads by a TD and the Panthers' defense hasn't stopped Jake and his new team yet.
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