Turnovers And Touchdowns Lead Browns Over Washington
The Browns defense forced 5 Washington turnovers, Nick Chubb ran for 2 scores and Baker Mayfield threw for 2 others in a 34-20 victory over the Washington Football Team.
Myles Garret led the defense with 4 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery and 2 quarterback pressures that led to 3 Dwayne Haskins Jr. interceptions by the Browns defense.
Chubb paced the offense rushing for 108 yards and those 2 touchdowns. The Browns as a team ran for 158 yards.
Mayfield, who did not turn the ball over, was 16-23-156 yards. His 2 td passes went to Kareen Hunt and rookie tight end, Harrison Bryant, his 1st career td.
Cody Parkey was perfect on the day on special teams nailing all 4 extra points and splitting the uprights on 2 field goals from 42 and 30 yards.
The win improved the Browns record to (2-1), it’s the first time the Browns have been over the .500 mark since 2014.
Next up for Kevin Stefanski’s squad, a road game against the Cowboys in Dallas next Sunday.