Browns Vs Bears highlight: Hunt breaks tackles on long TD run

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The Cleveland Browns take on the Chicago Bears in Week 3 looking to take their record to 2 – 1 early in 2021. The Browns expectations have taken a bit of a hit so far this season with a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and their win being more difficult than expected.

Against Chicago, Cleveland gets a chance against rookie quarterback Justin Fields. The mobile, strong-armed Fields could make things difficult for the Browns struggling defense but Baker Mayfield leads a great offense that should be able to make up for the defense, if needed.

The Browns controlled the first half with 224 yards of offense compared to the Bears 41. Cleveland’s 10 – 3 lead doesn’t properly paint the picture of how the game has gone in the first half.

The offense continued to have some hiccups with a struggling offense line, at times, but running back Kareem Hunt did most of the work himself on this amazing, tackle-breaking touchdown run:

With Chicago’s best play on offense being a pass interference penalty, the Cleveland 20 – 6 lead looks like a death grip on a victory in Week 3.