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Broncos Lose 4th Straight Game As Browns Hang On To Win 17-14 On TNF

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The Cleveland Browns were without star running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, as well as Baker Mayfield on Thursday night, but that didn’t stop them from running over the Denver Broncos in a 17-14 win.

Both teams were actually banged up, the Broncos were missing all four of their starting linebackers.

Case Keenum started in place of Mayfield and went 21-of-33 passing for 199 yards and one touchdown, no interceptions. And D’Ernest Johnson filled in nicely at running back with a game high 146 rushing yards and a touchdown to boot.

Denver’s quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater, threw his fifth interception of the season to go along with two touchdowns.

After losing four in a row, many Broncos fans are calling for a change at quarterback. Do you agree with that?