David Njoku Speaks On Fumble And Browns' 2-2 Start

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA - OCTOBER 02: David Njoku #85 of the Cleveland Browns is tackled by Mykal Walker #3 of the Atlanta Falcons during the second quarter at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on October 02, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia.Photo: Todd Kirkland/Getty Images

On if the two losses this year are tougher knowing the team had opportunities to win both and there were some self-inflicted mistakes:

“Of course. It is never OK when as a team we beat ourselves. We are just going to go back to the drawing board, go back to work and correct the mistakes.”

On if recent mistakes are correctable moving forward:

“I believe so, yes. I believe every mistake we made is 100 percent fixable.”

On his lost fumble:

“Kudos to the Atlanta defense. That was just a great play by them. Like I said, it is back to work. We have work to do, and we are focused on the Chargers.”

On his reaction to the lost the fumble:

“I obviously didn’t mean for that to happen. It happened, it is what it is and it is time to move on.”

On being 2-2 with two losses in close games that could have potentially been wins:

“It is tough. It is very tough. but there is no looking back. It is always on to the next. We have to change our focus to the Chargers, and that is what we will do.”

On why screen passes were not as effective in yesterday’s game:

“Like I said, kudos to the Falcons defense. They had a pretty good gameplan for us. At this point, it is what it is. We came up short, and our focus is on the Chargers.”

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