Buffalo Bills vs Cleveland Browns Cleveland ends his bad run on time
Suffering from a free for the Browns, who were able to control the game early, but their mistakes complicated their existence. They started the game with a fast series of 6 plays that ended in the diagonals with Mayfield scoring pass with Jarvis Landry, but they only got 6-0 since they missed the extra point. They stopped the Bills in fourth down and Nick Chubb escaped 24 yards to the yard, where he started a Dante.
Eight plays had the Browns to score from the yard 1, courtesy of couple of punishments that gave them new life, and they left without points when Chubb doesn't score in fourth down.
Buffalo went up in the second quarter, in a series that ended with a 10-yard touchdown run. Josh Allen This was followed by another series in which Cleveland could not score three times from the 1-yard line. They were going to play it again, but a penalty was thrown back and they settled for three points.
Buffalo tied it in the Browns' first offensive play of the third quarter, when Tremaine Edmunds took advantage that Mayfield did not get rid of the ball and was captured in his own scoring zone.
Cleveland scored the field goal the next time he had the ball for 12-9 and they reached the last quarter. With 5:26 to play, Allen made a sneak quarterback to put his team up, 16-12.
The Browns started their last offensive and it looked like it was going to end in tragedy, because It looked like a loose ball that Buffalo returned for scoring, but the repetition showed that it was an incomplete shovel pass from Mayfield with Kareem Hunt. They kept the offensive alive and ended up turning it around.
The Bills had the opportunity to tie it, but Steven Hauschka failed his 53-yard attempt for the Browns to win for the first time since September.