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Throwback Thursday: Dominant defense lifts Browns over Eagles in 1994

With Sunday's season opener at Philadelphia fast approaching, this week's Throwback Thursday looks back on the Browns' dominating win over the Eagles in 1994.

Behind a ferocious defense that sacked quarterback Randall Cunningham three times, Cleveland left Philadelphia with a 26-7 victory in tow.

The Browns held the Eagles to 288 total yards, forced two turnovers and limited Philadelphia to 3-of-14 on third down attempts.

Browns running back Earnest Byner punched in a late touchdown to seal the win while former kicker Matt Stover knocked down four field goals, including a 41-yarder, to help pace the Cleveland offense. The Browns are set to play the Eagles Sunday at 1 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field. ​

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