The fantastic ride that was the Cleveland Browns 2020 season has finally come to an end. The Browns fell to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Playoff by the final of 22-17. This morning on After Further Review, Dave 'Dino' DeNatale and Jay Crawford will review the loss, including the controversial play before halftime that saw Rashard Higgins take a hit to the head and lose the football out of the end zone for a touchback.
The Browns’ heartbreaking 22-17 loss to the Chiefs in Sunday’s divisional playoff game means that the offseason has begun for the Browns. The team took a massive step forward, coming within a few plays of knocking off the reigning Super Bowl champions, although they did not have Patrick Mahomes for most of the second half. But now, they must continue to improve, especially on defense, if they want to get to the Super Bowl for the first time.
Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett denied the assertion his teammates were headhunting when Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes left Sunday’s game with a head injury. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce made the claim after the win, telling reporters he heard Browns players yelling, "That’s what we do. That’s what we do."