November record: 3-1
The month of November was kind to the Cleveland Browns. A 3-1 record was achieved behind Baker Mayfield turning the ball over at a much slower pace and the defense playing strong football.
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Unfortunately, there’s only one thing, or rather player, that people will think of when it comes to the Browns: Myles Garrett.
If you’re not somehow aware, Cleveland was blowing out the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football when things got heated between Pittsburgh’s quarterback Mason Rudolph and Garrett. To make a long story short, a massive brawl broke out that included Garrett swinging a helmet at Rudolph’s head. It was a disgusting act of childishness with a lack of proper sportsmanship.
Besides this, the Browns played well in November. Short of a loss to the Denver Broncos, who had huge-chunk plays to take Cleveland down, the team had quality wins vs. the Steelers and the Buffalo Bills. The Browns also beat up on a bad Miami Dolphins team, as they should have.
Baker Mayfield threw just once interception in November compared to eight touchdown passes. Cleveland needs Mayfield to continue playing like this throughout December if they want a shot at the playoffs. Unfortunately for them, the AFC North crown is no longer an option for the team.