Cleveland Browns

Week 15’s Face of Defeat

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Nothing spells bad season like dropping back to back home game to teams with a combined 8-20 record. Todd Haley’s Chiefs not only lost to Cleveland yesterday but managed to surrender over 200 all-purpose yards to TWO players, which is almost unfathomable.

First, Joshua Cribbs broke the NFL record for most kickoff returns for touchdowns in a career (8) by returning two (100 & 103 yards) for scores on Sunday.

Then, the true crowning achievement of the day came thanks to running back Jerome Harrison, who broke Cleveland’s single game rushing record that was previously held by Jim Brown (237). Harrison amassed 286 yards rushing as a part of Cleveland’s 341 yard rushing effort. It was just another in a long line of epic fails by Kansas City in 2009.

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