Lou Groza's 16-yard field goal with 28 seconds left gives Browns a 30-28 win over the L.A. Rams in NFL Championship Game in franchise's first season in NFL. Otto Graham throws three TD passes.
2 of 5AP
Dec. 26, 1955
Playing his final game, Otto Graham throws for 209 yards and two TDs and runs for two more as Browns rout the Rams 38-14 for their second straight NFL title and third in six years. Don Paul sets a championship game record by returning an interception 65 yards for a score.
3 of 5James Drake/SI
Dec. 27, 1964
Browns stun the favored Colts 27-0 for the NFL championship as quarterback Frank Ryan throws three second-half TD passes to wide receiver Gary Collins. Jim Brown runs for 114 yards in winning his lone NFL title.
4 of 5Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images
Jan. 3, 1987
Mark Moseley hits a game-winning field goal to conclude the second longest game in NFL history and the Browns knock off the New York Jets 23-20 to advance to the 1986 AFC Championship Game.
5 of 5Vernon Biever/WireImage.com
Jan. 11, 1987
In first of back-to-back AFC championship game losses to Denver, Browns surrender a 98-yard scoring drive in the final minutes before losing 23-20 in overtime on Rick Karlis' 33-yard field goal. Denver quarterback John Elway ties the game with 37 seconds left in regulation on a 5-yard TD pass to Mark Jackson to cap off what will forever be remembered as The Drive.
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