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The Browns (4-7-1) came back to earth on Sunday

Entering Sunday's game against the Houston Texans www.thetexansfootballauthentic.com ,
rookie Baker Mayfield had been playing well and protecting the ball and the
Cleveland Browns were on a roll, having won consecutive games for the first time
since 2014.Houston raced out to a 23-0 halftime lead and added two
second-half field goals by Ka'imi Fairbairn to give him five on Sunday."Got to
get better," Mayfield said. "Got to use this, learn from it ... that's one of
the better teams we're going to play all year so if we can use this as a
positive thing moving forward and get better from that, that will be
great."Mayfield, the top overall pick in this year's draft, had his worst game
of the season, throwing three interceptions for the first time since he was a
freshman at Texas Tech in 2013. He entered the game having thrown nine touchdown
passes with just one interception in the past three games.Mayfield lamented the
mistakes he made in this one."I would've taken care of the ball, this game
would've been very close," he said.He finished with 397 yards passing and had a
touchdown pass in the fourth quarter after throwing a career-best four in a win
over the Bengals last week. The 23-year-old Mayfield was just 5 of 13 for 46
yards in a first half where he had a 9.3 passer rating."He's fearless,"
Cleveland interim coach Gregg Williams said. "Never once did he back down at
all. It's a learning process and he doesn't like it. He came out in the second
half and was much more effective. We've got to do a better job around
him."Houston's fearsome pass rush, led by J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney didn't
sack Mayfield, but they hurried and harassed him for much of the day.His
interceptions all came before halftime to help the Texans build the big lead
early."He probably wasn't feeling too dangerous in the first half, but he was
feeling a little more dangerous in the second half," Watt said.Zach Cunningham
made it 17-0 when he grabbed his first career interception and ran 38 yards for
a touchdown in the second quarter. Officials first ruled him down at the 1, but
the play was reviewed and changed to a touchdown.Kareem Jackson was called for a
47-yard pass interference penalty on Cleveland's next drive to put the Browns at
their 20. But Mayfield threw another interception two plays later and it was
returned 18 yards by Johnathan Joseph.Houston added another field goal to make
it 20-0 with about three minutes left in the second quarter.Mayfield's third
interception came late in the second quarter when Andre Hal grabbed the ball in
the end zone."The third one Houston
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, it's just a dumb throw," Mayfield said of that
interception. "That's what happens when you force something late."But Mayfield
wasn't the only one to make costly errors for the Browns. Two big gaffes came on
one series in the third quarter to keep the Browns from scoring.The Texans were
up 26-7 late in the third quarter Mayfield threw what looked to be a 76-yard
touchdown pass to rookie Antonio Callaway, but it was brought back because of a
holding penalty by left tackle Greg Robinson.Two plays later, Mayfield connected
with Callaway again and he gained 71 yards before rookie Justin Reid chased him
down from behind and knocked the ball out of his hands just before he would have
scored. It bounced into the end zone where it was recovered by the Texans."He
did some really good things to give him some opportunities to make plays,"
Williams said. "He read the thing right. He and Baker were on the same page on a
few of those shots. We've just got to protect the ball." Frank Reich made it
perfectly clear to everyone he would be aggressive when the Indianapolis Colts
hired him in February.On Sunday, his boldness proved costly.Instead of punting
on fourth-and-4 from his own 43-yard line and settling for a tie, Reich called
for a short, seemingly safe pass from Andrew Luck to Chester Rogers. But Luck's
pass bounced short, the Texans got a 24-yard completion on the next play and
Ka'imi Fairbairn made a 37-yard field goal as time expired to give the Houston
Texans a 37-34 overtime victory.Nobody in the Colts' locker room was
second-guessing the decision, though."I loved it," Luck said. "We had a
discussion before the play and I agreed, so it had my stamp of approval. We did
not execute well enough. I did not get the ball to Chester to make the play and
I'm sick about it. After all the mistakes we made, we still had a chance to make
the play and we didn't get it done."The Colts (1-3) certainly had chances all
afternoon.After a mostly dismal first half, Luck couldn't convert on a 2-point
conversion attempt with 7:41 left in regulation, on the Hail Mary attempt on the
final play of regulation or on a third-down play that forced Indy to settle for
a go-ahead field with 6 minutes left in overtime.The defense couldn't prevent
the Texans from setting up a 40-yard field goal with 2:58 left in regulation, a
59-yard field goal attempt in the final seconds of regulation, a 29-yard field
goal to tie the score at 34 with 1:50 left in overtime or, of course Houston Texans
, the winning kick as time expired.Yes, Reich would have
changed one thing if he had to do it over again 鈥?he wouldn't have asked Luck to
line up and attempt to draw the Texans (1-3) offside before calling a timeout.
He would have gone for it right away.But the failed fourth-down call wasn't the
only problem Sunday.Houston's first score came on Jadeveon Clowney's fumble
recovery in the end zone when center Ryan Kelly appeared to think Luck was under
center rather than in the shotgun, and Fairbairn actually missed the first
attempt at the winning kick 鈥?but right after Reich called timeout.The Texans
(1-3) took advantage of it. But Reich gained the respect of players on both
sides for his unconventional move."I respect their decision to go for the win,
not a tie," Texans defensive end J.J. Watt said. "You play to win, you don't
play to tie."Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri concurred.After becoming the league's
career leader on a 42-yard field goal with 2 seconds left in the first half and
giving Indy a 34-31 lead with a 44-yarder in overtime for No. 567, he wanted one
more shot to win the milestone game. He never got another chance after the
incompletion, spoiling the celebration."I love the call," Vinatieri said. "I
love the fourth-down call to go for the win, I really do 鈥?I love it. We just
have to make the play. The teams that win games make those plays."This season,
the Colts have not made those plays.They lost to Cincinnati in the season opener
when Pro Bowl tight end Jack Doyle fumbled as the Colts were driving for a
go-ahead score with less than 2 minutes left. They lost last week at Super Bowl
champion Philadelphia when Luck was sacked on fourth-and-goal in the final 2
minutes. On Sunday, with their top receiver T.Y. Hilton on the sideline with an
injured hamstring, Reich made the call and came up short when the defense
allowed Houston to move into scoring position on its fourth consecutive
series.But the confidence Reich showed in both his offense and by defense by
going for it just might produce some long-term wins."We are not going to be shy,
we aren't going to be afraid to go for it," Kelly said. "I think it just goes to
show you he has the trust in the playmakers on this team, and no matter who is
in there they need to do their job. I got to give it to him."
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