CLEVELAND -- A last-minute touchdown pass from quarterback
On second-and-goal from Miami’s seven-yard line, Weeden dropped back in the Shotgun formation and pump-faked over the middle before finding Cameron breaking open running toward the right corner of the end zone. The third-year tight end caught the pass and held on while he rolled out of bounds.
The Browns’ scoring drive covered 56 yards on 11 plays in 3:45.
Miami kicker Caleb Sturgis converted a 49-yard field goal, and extended the Dolphins’ lead to 6-0 over the Browns with 13:37 remaining in the first half of the regular-season opener.
The Dolphins’ scoring drive was set up by a Browns turnover.
On third-and-two from the Browns’ 27-yard line, Weeden dropped back and threw a pass to wide receiver
Courtesy of a 45-yard field goal from Sturgis, the Dolphins held a 3-0 lead over the Browns after one quarter of play in the regular-season opener.
Sturgis converted the 45-yard field-goal attempt, the first of his NFL career, and gave the Dolphins a 3-0 lead over the Browns with 1:29 to play in the first quarter. Sturgis’ kick capped off a 15-play, 58-yard drive that covered 7:17.