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CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Browns lost to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. (38-24)

In the first quarter, running back Kenyan Drake had a five-yard rush scoring the Cardinals first touchdown.

Even though the Browns are currently behind, the team is celebrating a personal victory for Jarvis Landry, who just reached 1,000 yards this season.

Early on in the second quarter, Kenyan Drake came back to score another TD helping the Cardinals keep their lead.

Not long after, Nick Chubb ran a 33-yard rush for the Browns first touchdown.

Austin Seibert then made a 44-yard field goal adding three points to the board.

Right before the end of the first half, the Cardinals nabbed their third TD.

A few minutes into the third quarter, Ricky Seals-Jones landed a touchdown with a pass from Baker Mayfield. (21-17)

Kenyan Drake then came back with his third TD of the game.

In the fourth quarter, Drake once again scored for the Cardinals.

The Browns tried to catch up after Ricky Seals-Jones made it to the end zone with a pass from Baker Mayfield, but it wasn’t enough to win.

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