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.