On crisp September day in front of 70,000 fans at Lambeau Field, the Browns topped the Brett Favre and the Packers, 26-24, in 2005.
And as the Browns on Thursday make their second trip to Green Bay since then, we're looking back at that win for this week's Throwback Thursday.
After building a lead, Cleveland needed late defensive stand to ward off the charging Packers, who scored 17 fourth-quarter points.
It wasn't enough, however, to overcome an impressive offensive performance from the Browns as former quarterback Trent Dilfer passed for 336 yards and three touchdowns on 21-of-32 attempts. Former receiver Braylon Edwards caught three passes for 107 yards and one touchdown and Steve Heiden snagged six balls for 104 yards and two scores. The victory — Cleveland's first at Lambeau since 1956 — was also buoyed by a defense that forced Favre into two interceptions.