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2015 Schedule
1-2, 3rd in AFC North

Browns double-dip on worst plays list

See where Brandon Weeden's ugly backhanded interception and Dwayne Rudd’s game-extending helmet toss landed on our list. Worst plays in NFL history


Browns heavy dawgs in San Diego

Do the Browns have much of a chance in San Diego on Sunday? According to ESPN's Football Power Index, the Chargers are 3-to-1 favorites with a tiny chance of a tie.

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Big week ahead for Browns backs?

It isn't clear whether Isaiah Crowell or Duke Johnson is the better option in the Cleveland backfield, but facing San Diego brings a juicy Week 4 matchup. Fantasy cheat sheet (Insider)

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San Diego is favored by more than a TD

Usually, Dave Tuley would be all over a team as an underdog getting more than a touchdown. So why is Tuley backing off the matchup between the Chargers (-7.5) and the Browns? Tuley's bets (Insider)

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Browns defense is reeling

Cleveland has allowed a league-worst 158 rushing yards per game this season. San Diego should be able to ride Melvin Gordon to an easy victory, according to Eric D. Williams. NFL Nation Week 4 predictions

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Grantland: The Worst Plays in NFL History

Every season, someone does something that gets nominated as an historically bad play, but just what does it take to make the cut as one of the worst of the worst?

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Travis Benjamin has a bad matchup

The wideout has been a big-play machine for Cleveland's offense this season. So why does Matthew Berry have Benjamin on his hate list against San Diego? Berry: Love/Hate

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Jaworski: Browns need to keep it in house

ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski dishes on anonymous comments from Browns players regarding Johnny Manziel's playing time, the Raiders' future with David Carr at QB, Julio Jones' performance this season and more.

Jaws: Anonymous Browns players ripping Manziel benching 'gutless' (1:06)
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Flags up by 1.2 per game in 1st 3 weeks over 2014

In 48 games over the first three weeks, according to STATS research, 878 penalties have been called. That's an average of 18.3 per game, up from 17.1 per game in the first three weeks of 2014.

What you need to know for Week 4 (1:05)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Donte Whitner said this today: "I see a lot of people writing me off as being old and this and that and wanting me replaced and all these things. I can accept the criticism being the leader of this defense. It’s OK. We’ll fix it."

Is Travis Benjamin worth rostering in fantasy? (1:17)
Double Check: Browns-Chargers (0:51)
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Most lopsided matchups of Week 4

Seattle, Indianapolis and Green Bay are all major favorites in Week 4. What other games have large point spreads?

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Does Baltimore still have a chance?

The Ravens appear to have some good opportunities to get back on track following their miserable start. According to ESPN's NFL FPI, Baltimore will be favorites in three of its next five games.

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Browns hire Dunn to assist with offensive line

The Browns have hired Paul Dunn as an assistant coach who will help with the offensive line, which had been handled by Andy Moeller before he was investigated for alleged assault.

Should Manziel be starting for the Browns? (0:47)
Josh McCown doesn't know what TMZ is (0:59)

Team Stats

Passing Yards230.320th
Rushing Yards86.326th
Points For19.3Tied-21st
Points Against24.0Tied-16th

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