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TENNESSEE (WJW) — The Cleveland Browns beat the Tennessee Titans Sunday afternoon in an away game. The final score was 41-35.

Cody Parkey quickly scored for the team with a 27-yard field goal in the first quarter.

Baker Mayfield followed that up with a 2-yard pass to Jarvis Landry for a touchdown.

Mayfield threw three more touchdowns in the second quarter helping the Browns stay ahead. The Titans also scored their first TD.

The Browns announced on Twitter that Mayfield is the first QB since Otto Graham (Dec. 2, 1951) to score four touchdowns in the first half.

The Titans scored again in the third quarter but still trailed behind the Browns.
Into the fourth quarter, the Browns were able to keep their lead, but the Titans did get two other touchdowns. The score ended at 41-35.

The team did have their defensive star, Myles Garrett, back this week after missing the last two games because of COVID-19. 

“I think the guys get a big boost when they see No. 95 out there with them,” head coach Kevin Stefanski said prior to the game. “That’s based on how productive he has been for us on the game-changing plays he has made for us throughout the season.”

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