DeShone Kizer Throws Horrendous Pick To End Browns’ Serious Chance At First Win

Bryan Brandom
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For about 58 minutes, the Cleveland Browns put on their best display of football in a year.

Then it quickly turned into one of the most painful of the many losses they’ve racked up in the past decade—which is saying something for a team that has posted a winning record just twice since 1994.

With two and a half minutes remaining, Brett Hundley led the Green Bay Packers on a seven-play, 75-yard drive that resulted in a game-tying Davante Adams touchdown.

In overtime, rookie DeShone Kizer, after playing what had to that point been the best game of his brief NFL career, threw it all away on this miserable, senseless interception.

Six plays later, Adams found the end zone again for the game-winner.

Browns fans were disappointed, but not surprised.

The Browns, 1-15 a season ago, are 0-13.

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