CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Browns kept fans on the edge of their seats during Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Even though both teams put up a good fight, the Seahawks came out on top 32 to 28.
The Browns had some memorable moments throughout the first and second half, including quarterback Baker Mayfield scoring his first rushing touchdown of his career.
The accomplishment got fans fired up, but the momentum was short lived as the Seahawks quickly made a come back.
Fans had a lot to say about the ups and downs of the game and were particularly upset with the officials.
The new @Browns, ruining Sunday’s since 1999
— Browns being Browns (@hoovie922) October 13, 2019
They thought they had too many inconsistencies and were calling too many penalties.
By the end of this game, new penalties will be made up. And they’ll all be against the @Browns
Seattle just “scored” by glancing gently in the direction of the end zone.#SEAvsCLE
— Nicole Nett (@Nikkisayswhat) October 13, 2019
@Browns how do we stop with the penalties? How?
— Anthony (@AntStro17) October 13, 2019
Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens was also the target for some on social media.
@Browns kitchens is not a head coach
— Andrew Wesley Brown (@ABrown4Green) October 13, 2019
Freddie kitchens once again shows he is in over his head. @Browns
— Corey Dalenberg (@CoreyDalenberg) October 13, 2019