Kizer returns, but Browns still blow it, losing to Detroit 38-24

Kizer returns, but Browns still blow it, losing to Detroit 38-24

Kizer returns, but Browns still blow it, losing to Detroit 38-24

The Lions entered the game as 10.5-point favorites over the Browns, who were coming off their bye week. Kizer's sneak failed, and the Browns found that they had a big problem when it did - namely, they were out of timeouts, and nobody seemed to know what to do as time ticked down. His replacement, Cody Kessler, could not move the ball. Did they not know to spike it?

Stafford's 40-yard touchdown pass to Tate with 4:28 left gave Detroit a 38-24 advantage.

The Browns came back in the third quarter with touchdowns on back-to-back drives in the third quarter to take a 24-17 lead with 2:23 left in the third. By then Lions quarterback Matt Stafford had thrown two more of his three straight second-half TDs to produce the final margin.

Detroit took its first lead at 17-10 with 3:55 to go in the half when cornerback Nevin Lawson picked up a fumble and scampered 44 yards into the end zone.

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So, for a team known for losing games on the regular, it's no wonder that Twitter went into a panic when the Browns jumped out to an early two-score lead against the Lions, courtesy of a 19-yard touchdown catch and run by wide receiver Kenny Britt. He beat the one-on-one coverage of Derrick Kindred on the 29-yard pass play with 10:46 remaining.

What I didn't like: The end of the first half was a series of clock-management mishaps that saw the Browns blow a chance to tie the game or cut the deficit with a field goal.

That wasn't the worst part of Cleveland's first-half performance. Their first play after the punt was a 37-yard pass to Sammie Coates to set up a field goal that gave the Browns a 3-0 lead.

Taylor Decker should make his season debut Sunday against the No. 1 pick from this year's draft. Decker tore his right labrum in June. They also surrendered an 8-yard TD run by Ameer Abdullah that tied the game at 10 in the second quarter. But more than anything, it staved off what would have been a devastating loss for Detroit, which would have erased any positive momentum the team gained in a rare win at Green Bay last Monday night. The teams hadn't faced each other since the 2013 season, when the Lions won at Cleveland, 31-17.

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