Browns Win Two Games In A Season For The First Time Since 2015

◼️ Cleveland is 2-2-1 and dreams of returning to the Playoffs for the first time in 16 years.

The Cleveland Browns of Baker Mayfield seem to be for real. For the first time since 2015, they managed to win more than one game after the sustained overtime win against Baltimore Ravens by a score of 9-12 and revived the illusion of a habit accustomed to the failure of their team.

With a 2-2-1 record, Cleveland dreams of having their first winning season since 2007, when they finished with a 10-6 mark, and reach the Playoffs, something that hasn’t happened since 2002.

The Browns put a Ravens against the Steelers last week and set the game in OT thanks to a 37-yard field goal by Greg Joseph.

Rookie Baker Mayfield, the first overall pick of the past Draft, threw for 342 yards, a touchdown, and an interception. In contrast, Joe Flacco added 298 yards, but no score and an interception.

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