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Oct 25, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) scrambles as St. Louis Rams defensive end Eugene Sims (97) defends during the second half at the Edward Jones Dome. The Rams won 24-6. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns (2-5)

Another year, another disappointment for the Cleveland Browns. Playing Josh McCown was an interesting choice for Mike Pettine to make, because although McCown has played well, the Browns still have little-to-no idea of what Johnny Manziel brings to the table. And at 2-5, the Browns’ season is essentially already over. The Browns fanbase is easily one of the most tortured fanbases in football.

Browns drop winnable game to Rams, 24-6 (Dawg Pound Daily)

Losing to the Rams is always tough, especially when the season is on the line. The scoreboard may read 24-6, but the Browns could have won this game.

Browns in the midst of another losing season (Dawg Pound Daily)

Another year, another disappointment for the Cleveland Browns.

Browns-Rams: St. Louis takes advantage of turnovers (Dawgs by Nature)

The Rams won the turnover battle on Sunday, and they capitalized on their opportunities to beat the Cleveland Browns.

Browns vs. Rams: 7 Talking Points (Dawgs by Nature)

Take a look at seven explanations for how Cleveland lost the game on Sunday.

Johnny Manziel in at QB after McCown injury (ESPN)

Josh McCown suffered yet another injury, allowing Johnny Manziel to get some action in on Sunday.

Game Recap: Rams rout Browns, 24-6 (ESPN)

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