Mistake, after mistake, after mistake, after mistake killed the Browns chances of beating the Seahawks Sunday at First Energy Stadium.
9 penalties, 4 turnovers, at least 4 drops, 1 missed extra point, 1 punt blocked, 2 failed redzone chances for 0 points along with questionable play calling and clock management allowed the Seahawks to rally from a 20-6 first half deficit and beat the Browns 32-28.
With the loss, Cleveland heads into its bye week at (2-4). Seattle improved to 5-1 on the year.
Baker Mayfield passed for 1 score and ran for another, however he threw 3 costly interceptions and continued to struggle with his accuracy and has now tossed 11 picks in the first 6 games after throwing 14 all of last season.
With the exception of his first fumble of the season, running back Nick Chubb put up some strong numbers in a losing effort for the Browns, running for 122 yards and 2 TD’s and hauling in 5 passes for 17 more yards.
Russell Wilson continues to do what he does best, lead the Seahawks to wins and is making an early case for NFL MVP, as he threw for 295 yards and 2 touchdowns and ran for another in the Birds win. The “Russ Bus” now has 15 touchdown passes on the season and 0 interceptions.
Again the Browns with the bye week to try and figure out what has gone wrong in the first 6 games. Next up for Freddie Kitchen’s squad, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, Josh Gordon and the undefeated New England Patriots in Foxboro on Sunday, October 27.