The team was riddled with injuries on offense and in the secondary where five new starters had to step up.
The Browns offense seemed stagnant with play-calling that left people wondering what was going on through the headsets.
Including the now infamous 4th and 9 draw play in the fourth quarter.
The Browns had an opportunity to potential tie the game late, but struck out after 4 straight incomplete passes from the goal-line.
Kitchens admitted he missed out in his presser:
“I should have ran it one time. I should have. That is why I am kicking myself in the a** for it right now.”
The Browns went down but it’s not the end of the season, with a 1-2 record the team is still second place in the AFC North behind Baltimore.
They will have a chance at redemption this Sunday against the top-seeded Ravens.