Offensive, Special Teams Woes Cost Buffalo In Cleveland

Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (26) Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns, November 10, 2019 at FirstEnergy Stadium. Photo by Sara Schmidle/BuffaloBills.com.


CLEVELAND – The Buffalo Bills were handed their first road loss of the season after suffering a 19-16 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, dropping their record to 6-3. 

Josh Allen finished the game with 266 yards passing without a touchdown or an interception.

Allen also ran for both of Buffalo’s touchdowns.



John Brown led Buffalo’s receiving corps with five receptions for 77 yards.

For the Bills defense, Levi Wallace and Jordan Poyer each had a game-high eight total tackles.

Stephen Hauschka missed two field-goals for the Bills, a 34-yard attempt hooked wide-left near the end of the first-half, and a 53-yard attempt was blocked in the final seconds of regulation.



On Cleveland’s end, Baker Mayfield threw for 238 yards and two touchdowns.

Nick Chubb rushed for a game high 116 yards.

In his first game back from suspension, Kareem Hunt finished with 30 rush yards.

Jarvis Landry had nine receptions for 97 yards and a touchdown.

Rashard Higgins caught the game-winning touchdown pass for Cleveland.

Morgan Burnett led the Browns defense with eight total tackles.

Cleveland improved to 3-6 with the win, snapping their four-game losing streak.

The Browns will be back in action for Thursday Night Football on Nov. 14 at 8:20 as they will host their division rival Pittsburgh Steelers on FOX.

Buffalo’s next game will be on Nov. 17 as they will be on the road for a divisional game against the Miami Dolphons on CBS.

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