Browns RB Peyton Hillis attributed the big day, in part, to healing from his pulled quadriceps muscle, one that plagued him the previous three games.
"Having the two weeks off did wonders," he said. "I came out of it healthy."
Hillis, who was overlooked last year in Denver, now has 644 yards and a career-high seven rushing TDs. He's on pace for 1,288 yards and 14 TDs. He's scored a TD in every game this season except Pittsburgh.