By Mark West, @Markw2112
The Cleveland Browns, 0-3 before today's match up with the Washington Redskins, had hopes and even some momentum after just losing to the Miami Dolphins last week. But with 3 turnovers and mental mistakes, the Browns ended up on the losing of this contest, with the Redskins winning 31-20 after putting up 14 unanswered points to end the game.
Isaiah Crowell continued his solid season, with 15 carries, 112 yards and a touchdown. He burst through big holes from the offensive line and fought his way when the blocking broke down for extra yards.
Terrelle Pryor had a touchdown along with 46 yards receiving while Barnidge lead all receivers with 57 yards on 7 receptions.
There were several controversies and questionable calls against the Browns. The first was when the Browns, driving to take a 10 point lead, gave fullback Malcolm Johnson his first carry of the year. He fumbled the ball which was recovered by the Redskins. They would then go down the field for a touchdown to make it 24-20. The second was a phantom fumble that was "recovered" by Redskins even though Duke Johnson recovered his own fumble and was up with the ball when the referee made the call.
Play of the game: Cody Kessler's touchdown pass to Terrelle Pryor after a Jamir Taylor interception.
Next up: The Browns are back home to play the New England Patriots. This will be the first game for Tom Brady after his 4 game suspension. Get your popcorn ready.