Browns fans ‘feeling the pain’ after loss to Ravens

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It was a tough loss for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, and  fans were feeling the pain.

Many told Fox 8 the game against the Baltimore Ravens should have been the second win of the season. The team lost by two points, and fans agree there were too many mistakes.

"I think if we would have made a couple of more plays and hit some field goals we would have won that game,” one fan commented.

The final score was 23-21 and First Energy Stadium.

"Didn't capitalize when we had key opportunities down the stretch, and the defense didn't perform,” said Vernon Holmes, a big Browns fan.

Thousands of fans walked out of the game with frowns on their faces. The scene was quite different from a week before, when the team won their first home opener in ten years.

"Penalties, if they could control the penalties I swear to God they would win a lot more games,” said fan, Angel Figueroa.

"We've been outplayed for many years, we didn't get outplayed today,” said Samantha Clark.

Clark went to the game and said the fact the Browns competed well made the loss even more frustrating.

"One win, two losses, all last second field goals,” one fan said.

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