- Kizer's 17th interception of the season cost the Browns their first victory.
CLEVELAND - wide receiver found the end zone for the first time since 2013 on Sunday.
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An 18-yardpass from DeShone Kizer with less than five minutes in the first quarter tied the game at 7-7. He converted his final four third downs of the game - two on the ground and two through the air, the last a walk-off touchdown from Hundley to Adams. Green Bay converted another fourth-and-1 at the Browns 38 thanks to Brett Hundley's swing a pass to Randall Cobb for 8 and another first down to the 30 to set up a Hundley to Jamaal Williams 30-yard touchdown for a 7-0 lead.
- Nacua didn't use his head early in the second quarter that saw him flagged for a personal foul after an incompletion on third-and-6 from their own 6.
Indeed, Kizer played most of the game like a quarterback not thrilled about hearing his bosses, Jimmy Haslam and new GM John Dorsey, this week discuss the need to finally solve the position this offseason.
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Gordon had 56 yards of the 84-yard touchdown drive Sunday. Several Browns lost containment lanes, which cost them dearly.
The Browns are good at blowing games.
However, Kizer threw a bad interception in overtime that helped seal the Packers' win. Unfortunately, the Browns didn't look to him enough after the first drive.
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