Browns lose to Chargers, 47-42

L.A. comes from behind in thriller at SoFi Stadium
Kevin Stefanski
Kevin Stefanski(WOIO)
Published: Oct. 10, 2021 at 4:18 PM EDT
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Browns fall to the Chargers on the road, 47-42.

Chargers score late in the fourth to lead, 47-42.

The Chargers score on a 19-yard Ekeler touchdown but miss the extra point. The Browns still lead 42-41.

Late in the fourth, Kareem Hunt rushes in the 8-yard touchdown to take the lead, 42-35.

Chargers tie the game at 35 with an Ekeler touchdown.

Another lead change as Baker Mayfield hits David Njoku for a 71-yard touchdown. The two-point conversion to Austin Hooper makes it 35-28.

In the fourth quarter, Justin Herbert finds Mike Williams for a 42-yard touchdown and the Chargers take the 28-27 lead. It’s the fifth lead change of the game.

In the third, the Chargers add a score and a two-point conversion to close the gap, 27-21.

Browns running back Nick Chubb comes out of half and puts up a 52-yard rushing touchdown to extend the Browns lead 27-13.

Grant Delpit and Greedy Williams combine to force an Austin Ekeler fumble and it is recovered by Malik McDowell with less than a minute to go in the first half. The Browns get a field goal out of it and lead 20-13 at the half.

Cleveland gets in the endzone before halftime with a 3-yard Kareem Hunt rushing touchdown. The Browns lead 17-13.

Chargers come back with a 72-yard touchdown to Mike Williams and makes it, 13-10, after a missed extra point.

In the second quarter, quarterback Baker Mayfield connects with Rashard Higgins for a 7-yard touchdown to take the lead, 10-7.

The Chargers respond as Justin Herbert hits Donald Parham for a 22-yard touchdown. Los Angeles gains the 7-3 lead.

Browns strike first against the Chargers with a Chase McLaughlin field goal to make it, 3-0.

LT Blake Hance is starting in place for Jed Wills.

The Browns are in Los Angeles to face the Chargers at SoFi Stadium.

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