Browns finally snap losing streak — but should they look to draft a new quarterback?

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 24-10 win yesterday over the San Francisco 49ers.

Quarterback Johnny Manziel shook off a first-half interception and sideline meltdown by throwing a touchdown pass in his first start since being benched for off-field antics. He passed for 270 yards, delivering a quality performance the Browns desperately needed.

He tossed a 2-yard TD pass to Gary Barnidge late in the third quarter as the Browns won for the first time since Oct. 11.

Browns legend and former running back Greg Pruitt stopped at Fox 8 News Monday to break down the game.

Watch the video players for more.

Pruitt will be with us each Monday or the day following a game all season long.

For more from Pruitt, click here. 

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