Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes in the final 61 seconds, helping the New England Patriots rally for a 27-26 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
Tom Brady hit Danny Amendola for a 1-yard touchdown with :30 left, Billy Cundiff’s 58-yard field goal at the gun fell short, and the New England Patriots escaped with a 27-26 win over the Browns.
No one took Sunday’s loss harder than cornerback Joe Haden, who gave up the winning touchdown to Cleveland native Cecil Shorts III with :40 left to play.
Once a storied rivalry, games between the Browns and Steelers have been hyped up over recent years, but rarely lived up to it. It’s been a long time since the Browns entered a game against Pittsburgh playing for anything other than pride, and since 1999, even that has taken a beating.
The No. 6 overall pick burst onto the scene early on but now some fans and media are starting to ask, ‘Where in the world is Barkevious Mingo?’
An opportunity to show everyone that times were finally changing in Cleveland was just another reminder that, yep, the Browns are still the Browns.
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Under Chudzinski’s steadying hand, the Browns, kicked around and mostly ignored for years, reached the bye week looking and feeling like a different team.
The Cleveland Browns are coming off of an upset win over the defending Super Bowl champions and are in second place in the AFC North after nine games. Not too shabby, eh? Well, not everything has been great so far, but there have been those players that have emerged to the front and those that have fallen by the wayside.
Tom Withers talks about Garrett Gilkey’s experience with bullying, D’Qwell Jackson’s comments about not going too far with the treatment of rookies, Greg Little’s comments about drawing a personal foul…