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Pryor on Sunday's loss: 'They were better than us today, point blank, period'

Terrelle Pryor after Sunday's loss against Dallas. (Source: WOIO) Terrelle Pryor after Sunday's loss against Dallas. (Source: WOIO)

Terrelle Pryor couldn't put up the numbers in the 35-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. The Browns' top receiver pulled in only 5 passes for 47 yards, although he did have one touchdown. After the game Pryor admitted that the Browns simply couldn't keep up with the Cowboys. The scoreboard showed that, as the Cowboys seemed to score at will. Pryor said losing does not embarrass him.

"We just have to keep going. That’s a good football team. That’s probably the best team we’ve played from the offensive side of the ball," Pryor said. "What makes that team so good, whenever you catch the ball, they have 11 people running at you. They have a great defense. It’s not like they have any great players, but they play well together, and they are all in.”

Joe Haden says he hasn't ever experienced anything like this. The Pro Bowl cornerback, who's had his share of frustrations the past couple of seasons dealing with injuries, summed it up simply following Sunday's 35-10 beat down courtesy of the Dallas Cowboys, the Browns' 9th straight loss to start this season, "it sucks". 

"It is tough. It is super tough. We don’t play these games to lose. We don’t prepare during the week to lose, but it sucks," said Haden. "At the end of the day, though, we have another game Thursday against the Ravens. It is going to be Thursday night, and we just have to get ready for them."

Haden also said he doesn't let losing discourage him.

"This is my job. This is what I do. I play ball. I am a professional football player, and at the end of the day, I am going to come in every week and try to do my job at the best of my ability. I feel like I am one of the best corners in the league so every week, I have to lock down receivers. That is my job. That is what I do so no matter what is going on elsewhere I have to do my job and that is what I plan to do every single week," Haden said.

"They were better than us today, point blank, period," added Pryor.

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