Denver Broncos 14-17 Cleveland Browns: D’Ernest Johnson the hero with 168 yards from scrimmage on first NFL start

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The Browns have lost to the LA Chargers and the Arizona Cardinals in the past two weeks, but have won four wins in their last six games, taking a decisive victory over Denver, which has now lost four in a row.

The Cleveland Browns ended a two-losing streak and left many injury problems behind, beating the Denver Broncos and moving up to 4-3 this season.

Denver has had its own injury issues, and when both teams entered the game a short week after playing Sunday night, it was like the last surviving player and it was the Browns and third lane runner D’Ernest Johnson. who starred. with a first touchdown – and an attacking line that gave Keis Kinum a clear night under center.

Second quarterback Kinum also played a part in the stable play in place of Mayfield, who suffered a shoulder injury last weekend. Kinum completed 21 of his 33 assists for 199 yards and found former University of Las Vegas quarterback Johnny Stanton for the Browns’ second touchdown.

Denver’s frustration continues. Tackling their own injury problems, compounded by a second-half injury to star midfielder Von Miller, they lost four straight games after a 3-0 start and sank to the bottom of AFC West behind the Los Angeles Chargers. , Las Vegas Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs.

Any hopes for the playoffs could very well fade away after seven weeks, especially with quarter-finals Teddy Bridgewater, who continues to fight with a leg injury. Denver’s fourth attempt in the first half ended with three antlers, an interception and a 10-0 deficit.

Situation improved for guests in the second half with running backs Havonte Williams and Melvin Gordon hitting a touchdown, but Cleveland ran out of the winners and returned to third in AFC North in pursuit of Baltimore Ravens (5-1) and Cincinnati Bengals (4) … -2) who is dating Sky sports at 18:00 this Sunday.

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Running back Johnson entered the game with three sprints in a season, but with Chubb and Hunt on the sidelines due to injuries, he jumped in immediately. His quad-run, seven-game, 75-yard ride, put the Browns and FirstEnergy off the ground in the first leg of the game.

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