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Jim Donovan recaps the Cleveland Browns 47-42 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers

The Cleveland Browns led at the end of the first half, had the game totally in control, dominated in time of possession, got a 52-yard touchdown run for Nick Chubb to start the second half, and all of a sudden it's a 14-point lead. At that point, you must close the game out, and they couldn't do it, neither defensively nor offensively. It's a heartbreaking loss for the Browns. Their three-game winning streak comes to an end, and they get unbeaten Arizona at FirstEnergy Stadium next Sunday. 3-2? Not bad, but I have to tell you, they have to put the breaks on this very, very quickly. If you're going to play with the elite, losing streaks are not allowed. READ MORE: https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/jim-donovan-take-cleveland-browns-couldnt-close-game-out-los-angeles-chargers/95-baa2ada2-8b2b-429b-91bd-36f7e6a82260

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