Just like other playoffs in the past, this comeback game of Brown’s was excruciating. Cleveland’s turnabout season finished our Sunday with heartbreak. Quarterback Baker Mayfield added, for now, it is going to torment for a while.
American football quarterback superstar Patrick Mahomes was unable to take advantage and hence got eliminated with a shock. The Browns were the backup for quarterback Chad Henne, he played two huge playoffs in the last two minutes and lost the game by 22-17 in the division round.
After dragging 19-3, the Browns fought back and were able to take a position to end the Super Bowl Champions’. But Cleveland could not prevent Henne from disorganizing for 13 yards on a 3rd – and – 14, then completing a short pass on the 4rth down to Tyreek hill. It left him with 1:14 to make the Chiefs enter the AFC championship game for three straight years.
Myles Garrett, the Browns defensive star, said that the win was so close yet they let it slip through their hands. He played the whole game with an oblique wound. He added they had two opportunities but was unsuccessful in making it happen. It was right on their face and just was not able to get it.
However, the immense loss of this season won’t get tagged by nicknames. The nickname was for example, “The fumble”, or “The Drive.” Most of the fans were waiting for so long for the franchise to be back again. But it was near as hurting for the Browns as was for their fans.
It’s painful said first-year coach Kevin Stefsanksi, who could not attend Cleveland’s wild-card win in the previous week. They held the game in Pittsburgh during the pandemic. He said he appreciates the team battle. But it hurts when you do not get it done in the final match. They fought like they always do, but it seemed that it was not enough for today.
Moreover, the game’s ending was painful to the stomach; the team missed a massive opportunity in the late first half. If they had done it right, it would have ripped strength away from the chiefs.
While the Browns were trailing 16-3 with 1:42 before their break, Mayfield finished the 25-yard left wide receiver Rashard Higgins carrying the rest. He caught it while tripping over Kansas City’s 5-yard line. However, he kept on managing it toward the finish line.
Stefanski, the football coach, appreciated how Higgins was determined towards the game. But the player made a mistake in reaching out and leaving it for exposure.
An amateur left offensive tackle Jedrick Wills hurt his ankle on his first playoff and then was done. Then his backup Kendall Lamm entered the field and broke his elbow. As a result, the Browns were left with reserve Blake Hance who you also saw in the game last week as play guard against the Steelers.
Despite the hurdles that are after being defeated by Cleveland linebacker Mack Wilson and with Manhomes out, the Browns bounce back.