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The Browns Lost A Phantom Fumble

The frustrating thing about these Browns is that they’re almost not bad. Now 0-4 after Sunday’s 31-21 loss to Washington, they didn’t become the NFL’s only remaining winless team the usual way, by being that much worse than everyone else. No, this team has required truly creative ways to lose, like a short-notice kicking meltdown last week , and, against the Skins, a pair of late fumbles, the second of which you can watch a hundred times and not see them turn the ball over.
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