Cleveland Browns: 6 things Browns got right, wrong vs Texans in Week 2

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1. Cleveland Browns got right: Leaning on Chubb

The last thing the Browns needed after the Texans made the the game 24-21 was to go three-and-out on the ensuing possession.

Cleveland ignited its nine play drive with some hand-offs to Kareem Hunt, smart passing from Mayfield and some safe quarterback runs that saw Baker duck out of bounds before he took a big hit.

Enter Chubb. No. 24’s first run of the possession came on 1st and 10 from the Houston 41. He ripped off 14 yards on a run to the left.

After Mayfield scrambled for a yard, the Browns went back to their back. Twenty-six yards later, Chubb was celebrating in the end zone as Cleveland extended its lead to 10.