CLEVELAND - They first lost track of Travis Benjamin, who made the Bills look silly all over the field. Then they lost two leads, their leading wide receiver and finally their starting rookie quarterback. Buffalos big night on prime-time national TV couldnt have gone much worse. Unable to move on offence after quarterback EJ Manuel went out with a knee injury in the third quarter, the Bills dropped their sixth straight road game, 37-24 on Thursday night. The Browns (3-2) rallied behind Brandon Weeden to move into sole possession of first place in the AFC North. The Bills (2-3) led 10-0 in the first quarter before giving up 17 straight points, which included Benjamins electrifying 79-yard punt return for a touchdown late in the first half. C.J. Spiller scored on a 54-yard TD run early in the third quarter and Fred Jackson scored his second 1-yard TD run to give the Bills a 24-17 lead shortly after Manuel went down after taking a helmet to the knee while scrambling on a 14-yard gain. Manuel tried to get loose and return, but couldnt and was done. So, too, were the Bills. "When you lose your quarterback and receiver, its going to be tough but you have to deal with it," Jackson said. "Its the NFL. Injuries are going to happen." Leading wide receiver Stevie Johnson sustained a back injury in the first half and didnt return. He missed much of spring practices with a back issue. Bills coach Doug Marrone said Manuel has a sprained knee and assumes the first-round pick will undergo an MRI on Friday. "I was hoping we could get him back, but they said it was a sprain and they shut him down," Marrone said. "Hes a tough kid. He took a shot. He was trying to score a touchdown." Manuel got hurt at the end of a 14-yard run when he was hammered near the sideline by Browns safety Tashaun Gipson. Manuel walked off the field and attempted to get his knee loose on the sideline by jogging and riding a stationary bike. But after having his knee examined, he went to the locker room with two trainers. "I saw him working out and thought and we could get him back," Marrone said. Rookie Jeff Tuel came in for Manuel but was ineffective, completing 8 of 20 passes for 80 yards. With the Bills down by six in the final two minutes, Tuels pass was picked off by Browns safety T.J. Ward, whose 44-yard TD return clinched it for Cleveland. "It was a misread on my part," Tuel said. "I didnt see the safety flying down." Tuel was disappointed in his performance, but may need to shake it off quickly in the event Manuel is out for an extended period. "Its the situation of any backup quarterback in the league," Tuel said. "You have to be ready to go in and perform at a high level." Just before halftime, Benjamin broke several tackles, spun a few others on his dazzling return. "We cant have that," Marrone said. "Hes a good punt returner and he has a lot of speed. We knew that going in." Weeden came off the bench after Brian Hoyer injured his knee and rallied the Browns, who have won three straight after an 0-2 start. After spraining his right thumb in Week 2, Weeden watched as Hoyer, a lifelong Browns fan who began the season as Clevelands No. 3 quarterback, led the team to two straight wins. Weeden got healthy enough to play but found himself demoted to a backup role, not what the first-round draft pick imagined after being named the starter in training camp. He could have sulked or complained. Instead, he fought back. "Whether I was the starter, eyes are still on you to see how you respond, to see how you react," he said. "I was upbeat the entire time and never let it bother me. Inside, it just kind of lit a fire." Weeden threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Josh Gordon in the third quarter as the Browns matched their best record after five games since 2001. Hoyer sustained a potentially serious right knee injury on a scramble in the first quarter. With the Browns trailing 7-0, Hoyer took off on an 11-yard run and was sliding after picking up the first down when he was hit from the side by rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso. Both of Hoyers knees were bent awkwardly on the hit in front of Clevelands bench, and several players and coaches yelled for a penalty to be called on Alonso. Hoyer stayed on the ground for several moments before he was assisted to a trainers table. Following the game, Hoyer left the stadium on crutches with his knee immobilized. Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said Hoyer has a sprained knee and will undergo an MRI on Friday. But the tone of Hoyers teammates seemed to indicate that the 27-year-old, who was finally getting a chance to start in his fifth NFL season, might be sidelined for an extended period. NOTES: Spiller and Jackson both missed practice this week. Spiller had 66 yards on eight carries, and Jackson had 53 yards on 17 with the two TDs. ... 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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. -- Dom Dovale scored in stoppage time to help Sporting Kansas City rally for a 3-2 win over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday. Dovale was a late-game substitution for Sporting Kansas City (2-1-1). Benny Feilhaber tied the game in the 79th minute. "This team does not quit -- no matter the circumstances," Dovale said. "We went about our business after they scored on the penalty kick that put them ahead." Dovale used a couple strides to get close to the goal on the left side and then ripped a shot over the outstretched hands of Colorado goalkeeper John Berner and into the upper left corner. "It was a blazer," Sporting Kansas City coach Peter Vermes said. "Their goalie didnt have a chance." Graham Zusi scored and Sal Zizzo added two assists for the defending MLS Cup champions. Vincente Sanchez had two goals for Colorado (1-1-1), both on penalty kicks.dddddddddddd "Well go through what happened because it was like we shut off and they took advantage as good teams do to you," Rapids defender Marvell Wynne said. "Thats not going to become a return thing for us. I dont think we are going to be scored upon three or more times throughout the year." Zusi and Zizzo set up Feilhabers goal with pinpoint passes. Sanchez had barely scored his second goal in the 78th minute when Zusi was flying through midfield. He passed to Zizzo, who sent a header to Feilhaber. He then got the ball past Berrner on his second try. Zusi put Sporting in front in the 50th minute, but Sanchez scored his third goal in the 60th minute. Sporting Kansas City defender Ike Opara injured his right leg in the second half and was helped off the field. ' ' '