CLEVELAND (WJW) – The Cleveland Browns committed four turnovers and got crushed in the 4th quarter of Sunday’s game at FirstEnergy Stadium.

After giving up two more touchdowns in the 4th quarter, the Browns fell to the Patriots 38-15.

Head coach Kevin Stefanski and players spoke to the media after the game with no solid answers on the devastating loss. See the press conference here.

Moments after the Patriots 19-yard touchdown with 4 minutes left in the 4th quarter, a sack and a fumble set the Patriots up for yet another touchdown.

The Browns scored their first touchdown of the game in the 4th, but they were unable to convert on a 2-point conversion.

Watch Amari Coopers’ 15-yard touchdown here.

The Browns gave up two touchdowns in the third quarter giving the Patriots a strong lead.

Cade York added 3 points to the Browns score with a 51-yard field goal in the 3rd quarter. He’s 3-for-3 on Sunday.

After Brissett’s interception, an uncovered Hunter Henry walked into the end zone for a 31-yard touchdown.

The second half started out with a 2-yard touchdown by the Patriots’ Thornton.

New England Patriots guard Cole Strange (69) hoists New England Patriots wide receiver Tyquan Thornton (11) after he made a touchdown catch against the Cleveland Browns during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Richard)

The Patriots took the lead late in first-half and held that lead heading into the second half.

The Browns had tied up the game before heading into the 2nd quarter, but that fell short after a Patriots touchdown.

During the 2nd quarter, Guard Wyatt Teller was pulled from the game to be treated for a calf injury. It’s not clear if he will return to the game.

Rookie kicker Cade York made a 39-yard field goal attempt near the end of the 1st quarter.

During the 1st quarter, Myles Garrett broke a Browns’ record with a sack-fumble.

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95), lays on the turf after he sacked New England Patriots quarterback Bailey Zappe (4) during the second half an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022, in Cleveland. The Patriots won 38-15. (AP Photo/David Richard)

It was Garrett’s fourth sack of the season and 62.5 of his career, according to the Browns. This broke the franchise sack record.

During the play, Garrett sacked and stripped the ball from the Patriots quarterback.


The Patriots initially took the lead in the 1st with a 19-yard field goal after missing a touchdown opportunity.


The Browns have a chance to get to .500 with a win on Sunday.

The team is playing against New England Patriots and former Browns coach Bill Belichick at FirstEnergy Stadium.

The Browns (2-3) are coming into the matchup off a last-second loss on a missed field goal attempt while the Patriots (2-3) are coming in off a win.

New England’s quarterback situation is uncertain. Starting quarterback Mac Jones was limited at practice this week, with Belichick only saying that he could be activated at “anytime.” Jones has been out for 2 weeks with an ankle sprain. Rookie backup quarterback Bailey Zappe could get his second start on Sunday.

Saturday, the Browns confirmed Greedy Williams will make his season debut after activating him off injured reserve. He injured his hamstring back on Sept. 9.

The Browns confirmed Friday they were going to be missing starting DE Jadeveon Clowney and CB Denzel Ward. Ward is recovering from a concussion and Clowney has multiple injuries including his ankle, knee and elbow, according to the Browns’ injury report.

DE Myles Garrett was also limited at practice this week. The injury report lists hand, biceps and shoulder for Garrett.