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Why were the Redskins awarded the ball when the Browns clearly recovered a fumble? [Video]

It's a good thing the Cavaliers got finally got Cleveland a championship this summer because things certainly still aren't going the Browns' way this season. Check out this play from Sunday's game between the Browns and the Washington Redskins:
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