Browns offense heating up vs. Bills

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- After a slow start, the Cleveland Browns' offense is starting to get it going against the Buffalo Bills.

Joshua Cribbs ran in the first touchdown of the game to give the Browns a 13-0 lead and silenced Ralph Wilson Stadium. Brady Quinn's connections with receiver Braylon Edwards helped move the Browns down the field.

Quinn started the game slowly, completing just one of his first eight passes. But he eventually got it going by finding his targets on slants and crossing routes down the field. He is currently 5 for 13 for 74 yards.

This is the third consecutive game Cleveland has earned a lead of at least 13 points. It will be interesting to see if the Browns are able to hold on this time around.

[Update: Bills tailback Marshawn Lynch scored on an 18-yard reception to cut Cleveland's lead to 13-7. Cleveland's defense cannot assert its will when given the chance.]