This is one of those games where Cleveland had the chance to walk out of Seattle with much more confidence. It is a tough pill to swallow if you’re the Browns. Seattle managed to escape with a 24-20 victory on Sunday afternoon. Cleveland once again didn’t have Deshaun Watson available.

Browns’ starting quarterback of the game was PJ Walker. He finished the game completing 15 of his 31 passes, throwing for 248 yards, and had one touchdown but two interceptions. Despite not having Watson out there, the Browns fought hard after trailing by 14 points. They held Seattle scoreless in the second and third quarters.

Running back Kareem Hunt, Pierre Strong Jr and Jerome Ford combined for 137 yards on 33 carries. Hunt had one touchdown against the Seahawks which came in the second quarter. As much as the Browns fought in this game, it was disappointing that they didn’t score in the 4th quarter at all. It ended up costing them. Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said himself that the browns didn’t make enough plays.

Browns wide receiver Amari Cooper had six receptions for 89 yards. The quarterback position is a major problem for the Browns. If the Browns had an elite quarterback, we would’ve had a different conversation today. Watson still dealing with a lingering shoulder injury.

Injuries add more problems to the Browns team. Browns also lost one of their cornerbacks and right tackle during yesterday’s game.

Browns will face the Arizona Cardinals next Sunday in what I believe is a must-win game for this organization.

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