Quinn stats weren’t very impressive 14-36, 185 yards but the young QB protected the football; he has yet to throw an interception or lose a fumble.
The Browns were on the verge of making NFL history last night, the unenviable kind of course. Cleveland came into the game with a 2 game losing streak. In those games, the team held 13+ points leads and failed to win.
No NFL franchise has ever led by 13+ points in 3 consecutive games and loss, that’s the history the Browns were on the verge of solidifying. But Phil Dawson and his leg saved the team from an embarrassing feat.
Dawson kicked 5 field goals, the last of which came in the 4th quarter with less than 2 minutes to play; it was 56 yards. Though the Bills had a chance to win with a field goal of their own it was not to be, Lindell kicked a 47 yarder wide right with just seconds left on the clock, yes wide right and Buffalo will forever be linked.
The Browns are now 4-6 and trying to salvage a season that has thus far been disappointing. Cleveland will host the Houston Texans on Sunday while the Bills (5-5) will travel to Kansas City and attempt to end their 4-game skid.
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