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- "Browns blow 14-0 lead and then get blown out by New York Giants, 41-27" (ESPN Cleveland) - "Coaches coach and players play. But the crucial plays of a game are inseparable combinations of both actions. And so it came to pass on Sunday in MetLife Stadium that Browns coach Pat Shurmur decided to call, well, a pass on third-and-1 from the New York Giants’ 25."
- "Second-quarter meltdown against Giants leaves Browns with 11th straight loss" (Chronicle-Telegram) - "Running back Trent Richardson sat on the bench in the final, merciless minutes with a pink towel draped over his head. His expression seemed part-disappointment, part-disbelief. Quarterback Brandon Weeden was bruised in the locker room from beating himself up. His blood was also boiling."
- "It's a long, difficult day for Cleveland Browns' defensive backs" (Plain Dealer) - "The Browns secondary worked shorthanded on Sunday -- and in safety T.J. Ward's case virtually one-handed -- while playing a fourth straight game with no helping hand from its most valuable member."
- "Browns game wasn’t lost on Shurmur’s 3rd and 1 play call" (WFNY) - "In no way do I have the means to defend Pat Shurmur considering the collapse that took place in the Browns game today after getting off to a huge lead."
- "Drew Brees breaks Unitas' mark" (ESPN) - "Drew Brees has set an NFL record with touchdown passes in 48 straight games, breaking the mark set by Johnny Unitas a half-century ago."
- "Eric Winston rips Chiefs fans for cheering Matt Cassel injury" (SI.com) - "Matt Cassel has been a lightning rod for criticism during Kansas City’s disappointing 1-4 start to the season. But Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Winston put his foot down after the home fans cheered Sunday when Cassel suffered an injury in the fourth quarter."
- "Robert Griffin III thinks he’ll play next week" (PFT) - "Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was knocked out of Sunday’s game with a concussion, but he doesn’t think he’ll be out long."
- "Danny Amendola narrowly avoided life-threatening injury Thursday" (SI.com) - "Danny Amendola was noticeably frustrated after injuring his clavicle Thursday night against Seattle, an injury that will keep him out for between one and two months, but his situation could have turned out to be much, much worse."