It was over when ...
Browns returner Joshua Cribbs breaks for the end zone on his record-breaking day.
(Ed Zurga / Associated Press)
Harrison rushed for 286 yards, breaking Jim Brown's single-game rushing record (237). Harrison came in with 301 rushing yards for the season. His career high before Sunday was 121 yards this season against the Cincinnati Bengals. Only a performance like that could overshadow Joshua Cribbs' two kickoff returns for touchdowns.
The Browns rushed for 341 yards, which gave them an advantage in time of possession, 34:25 to 25:35.
Cribbs returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, breaking and then extending the NFL career record. Cribbs' first kickoff-return TD of the game was the seventh of his five-year NFL career and broke the record that he had shared with five other players -- Dante Hall, Gale Sayers, Mel Gray, Travis Williams and Ollie Matson. He now has eight kickoff-return TDs. ... The Browns now lead the season series over the Chiefs, 10-9-2. ... The Browns won their second consecutive game and have now won back-to-back games for the first time since Week 4 and Week 6 last season (bye in Week 5).