Browns squander early lead, can't overcome miscues as Seahawks continue surge

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Browns squander early lead, can't overcome miscues as Seahawks continue surge
Browns squander early lead, can't overcome miscues as Seahawks continue surge

CLEVELAND — Ah, those bungling Browns. Cleveland had so many chances to bounce back with a statement victory. But First Energy Stadium was not the place for that on Sunday as the Browns stung themselves as much as Russell Wilson took full advantage to lead the Seahawks to a wild 32-28 victory. Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield committed four turnovers – three interceptions and a lost fumble – to provide the biggest clue for how Cleveland (2-4) squandered a 20-6 lead. Other hints: Cleveland was flagged 9 times for 83 yards. Wilson passed for 295 yards and 2 touchdowns without a pick. And Chris Carson's 124-yard rushing game for the Seahawks (5-1) trumped the 122-yard outing that Nick Chubb posted

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