Cleveland Browns gave yet another game away

Posted November 13, 2017

To realize just how bad the Browns have been, consider that they are just 1-23 under head coach Hue Jackson.

Up by seven points after back-to-back touchdown drives in the third quarter, the Browns (0-9) gave up three touchdown drives over the final 20 minutes of play and could not recover on the way to a 38-24 loss to the Lions (5-4) in Detroit. Titans receiver Rishard Matthews walked onto the field holding hands with soldiers and stood with teammates for the anthem for the first time since President Donald Trump criticized players for protesting.

The Browns were out of timeouts, however, and after tight end David Njoku could not get two feet down on a potential touchdown pass from quarterback DeShone Kizer, the Browns had a second-and-goal with 15 seconds remaining. It went nowhere, and the Lions wisely made sure the Browns could not get up to spike the ball for a field goal try.

The Cleveland Browns blew a 10-0 lead against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on Sunday.

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But the Browns inexplicably called a quarterback sneak - or Kizer had the freedom to audible into one - Kizer was stopped, and the clock ran out. Cleveland fans already know the answer given how they've played.

Cleveland scored the first 10 points of the game, but the Lions rallied to take a 17-10 lead by halftime. Things were looking good, but good times are not meant to last for the Browns.

Nevin Lawson of the Detroit Lions recovered a fumble and ran it back for a touchdown in the second quarter Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.

Along with Abdullah, the Lions featured a steady diet of running backs on the game-tying drive. It's the fourth defensive score this season for the Lions, seventh fumble recovery this season for the Lions, and first fumble recovery returned for a touchdown for the Lions since October 2015 (36 games). Then it was Kessler with an incompletion.