Browns Fall to Packers in Christmas Showdown 24-22

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GREEN BAY, WI -- The Green Bay Packers came into Christmas day having won their last 28 games when winning the turnover battle, and looked to do exactly that to the visiting Cleveland Browns. Baker Mayfield went on to get intercepted three times in just the first half, with all three turnovers turning into 21 total points for Green Bay. With a chance to win the game down the stretch, the Packers defense once again intercepted Mayfield to seal a 24-22 win over the Browns.

Green Bay quarterback made history in the first quarter, passing Brett Favre as the new franchise leader in touchdown passes with a total of 445 touchdowns. Rodgers, who is the front runner to win the NFL MVP award, finished the game with a final line of 202 yards on 24/34 passing, while tossing a total of 3 touchdowns.

The Cleveland Browns' record dropped to 7-8 as their playoff hopes are all but diminished, and will have to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night football next week.

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