Phil Dawsons 25-yard field goal with 9:17 left in overtime gave the Cleveland Browns a 33-30 win over the Seattle Seahawks at Cleveland Browns Stadium. The Seahawks started the extra session with the ball and drove in Cleveland territory, but on 4th-and-inches Maurice Morris was stopped and, after a replay upheld the call, Cleveland took over on its 44. On the second play, Anderson lofted a screen pass to Jamal Lewis and the back took the ball to the Seattle 21-yard line on a 34-yard play. Three more plays got the ball to the seven-yard line and Dawson drilled it between the uprights for the win. Lewis had four touchdowns on 20 carries for 37 yards along with four catches for 67 yards while Derek Anderson went 29-for-48 with 364 yards and an interception for the Browns (5-3), who have won their last three games. Matt Hasselbeck went 30-for-47 with 318 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, while Bobby Engram had 14 catches for 139 yards and a score for the Seahawks (4-4), who have dropped three of their last four games. Nate Burleson tied a Seattle record with a 94-yard punt return in the second quarter. It was the second week in a row Burleson had a touchdown return, as in last weeks 33-6 rout of St. Louis he took the opening kickoff of the second half 91 yards for a score. Down by five points, 27-22, with 7:55 left, Cleveland started with the ball at its own 11. Facing a 1st-and-20 from his own 12 after a holding penalty, Anderson found Joe Jurevicius for a 21-yard gain. On third down, Anderson again went to the air and nailed Kellen Winslow for a six-yard gain. A 22-yard catch from Winslow set up a first down at the Seattle 15. On 3rd-and-10, Anderson hit Winslow at the right flat and the tight end rumbled to the one- yard line. On the next play Lewis slammed the ball into the end zone and a two-point conversion to Jurevicius gave Cleveland a 30-27 lead with 2:17 left. However, Seattle forced overtime as the team methodically drove down the field and a 22-yard field goal from Josh Brown as time expired to force the extra session. Trailing, 21-9, the Browns started the second half with the ball and cut into their deficit. An 11-play, 69-yard drive was capped off when Lewis went into the end zone untouched from a yard out to make it a 21-16 game with 8:57 left in the third. The Seahawks, though, answered as Browns 39-yard field goal with 5:06 left in the third made it a 24-16 contest. After exchanging punts, the Browns made it a two-point game as Lewis capped a 10-play, 54-yard drive when he bulled his way into the end zone from two yards out. The team went for two points, but Andersons loft pass to Braylon Edwards was broken up and it was a 24-22 game with 12:42 to play. Seattle took the ball down to the Cleveland eight-yard line on the next touch, but the drive stalled there and a 26-yard field goal from Brown with 7:55 to play gave the team a 27-22 advantage. The Seahawks took the lead on their second possession of the game as Hasselbeck floated a pass to the right flat that Engram caught and took into the end zone from five yards out for a 7-0 lead with 5:13 left in the first quarter. The big play of the drive came right before the touchdown as Hasselbeck hooked up with Burleson on a 26-yard play to set up 1st-and-goal. After exchanging punts, the Browns got on the scoreboard in a drive that spanned the first and second quarters as Lewis rumbled into the end zone from two yards out a little over two minutes into the second. Dawson, though, missed the extra point and it was a 7-6 game. Seattle responded on its ensuing possession to increase its lead. A 12-play, 78-yard drive was capped off when Hasselbeck found D.J. Hackett in the end zone from six yards out to make it a 14-6 game with 6:23 left in the half. The Seahawks held the Browns on the next possession and Dave Zastudil punted the ball away. Burleson fielded the ball at his own six-yard line with player all over him. He juked back and forth a couple of times, broke out of the pack, made one last defender miss him near midfield and took the ball into the end zone on a 94-yard punt return for a 21-6 lead with 3:49 to play. After exchanging punts, the Browns got the ball back with 1:45 to play in the half and drove down the field to get into field goal range. Dawsons 19-yard field goal split the uprights to make it a 21-9 game heading into the half. Game Notes It was Burlesons third career punt return for a touchdown...Cleveland plays in Pittsburgh next Sunday...Seattle hosts San Francisco on Monday night...Winslow finished the game with 11 catches for 125 yards...Its Clevelands first three-game winning streak since 2001.