Cleveland Browns fall to San Diego Chargers, 30-27

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SAN DIEGO — The Cleveland Browns fell to the San Diego Charges today. They are now 1-3 on the season.

The Browns were on the board first, kicking a field goal to take the 3-0 lead.

The Chargers didn’t wait long to score though, taking the 7-3 lead.

The Browns struck back though, scoring right at the start of the second quarter to take the lead right back. The Chargers tied it up though, keeping the game 10-10 for much of the second quarter.

The second half started off with a field goal from the Browns, but the Chargers scored soon after to take back the lead.

The Browns managed to stay close to the Charges, trailing the most by 8 in the fourth quarter.

After challenging the previous play, the Browns scored and made the two-point conversion to tie up the game with only two minutes left.

The Browns were offsides as the Chargers kicked a last second field goal, which they missed. But the penalty allowed them to kick it again, which they made to take the win.

Cleveland has lost three straight meetings in San Diego and hasn’t emerged victorious since an overtime win in 1991.

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