Browns Fall to Rams on Sunday Night Football 20-13

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CLEVELAND, OH -- Los Angeles Rams' slot wide receiver Cooper Kupp was the difference in Sunday night's showdown between the Rams and the Browns. The shifty wideout caught two touchdown passes from Jared Goff, including the go-ahead touchdown in the beginning of the fourth quarter. The Rams defense came up big with a goal line stand at the end of the fourth quarter to secure a 20-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns.

On the Browns' final drive of the evening, Mayfield, who was being rushed on almost every pass, attempted to force a pass to receiver Damion Ratley on fourth down. Rams' safety John Johnson III jumped on Mayfield's pass and picked the ball off in the endzone to secure the Rams third win of the season.

While the Browns fell short to the Rams on Sunday Night Football, they showed that they can hang with the top teams in the NFL, keeping the Rams on edge until the very last play of the game. Cleveland's star studded offense continued to struggle in week three, as Mayfield threw just one touchdown pass out of several red zone appearances. Mayfield finished the game 18 of 36 for 195 passing yards, and was sacked three times. Los Angeles All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald accounting for two of the three sacks in a three-play span. Browns bellcow running back Nick Chubb ran for 96 yards on 23 attempts, with his longest run coming in at 13 yards.

The Cleveland Browns will look to bounce back from Sunday's tough loss as they will take on the division rival Baltimore Ravens on the road. Kickoff on Sunday, September 29th is set for 1 pm ET at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.

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