So close, and yet, so far away.
The Cleveland Browns scored 21 straight points, but it was not enough, as the Green Bay Packers made plays down the stretch of regulation and in overtime and fought their way to a 27-21 victory at FirstEnergy Stadium Sunday.
The Browns (0-13) won the coin toss in overtime and took the ball, but on third-and-two from his own 33-yard line, rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer scrambled to his right, reversed course back left, and threw a pass as he was hit by Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews III.
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