The Cleveland Browns had a game to remember on offense against the Chargers and they still managed to lose the game.
The team scored 42 points, had 532 yards of offense and had zero turnovers. They became the first team in league history to accomplish all of that and still lose a game.
Justin Herbert had another outstanding game, going 26-of-43 passing for 398 yards and four touchdowns. He also had a rushing touchdown.
Not helping matters was the Chargers getting a major assist from the officiating crew on a critical call that dramatically altered the game script. Cornerback A.J. Green was flagged for a controversial defensive pass interference penalty on a Chargers fourth down. That bad call led to the Chargers scoring a touchdown.
At 3-2, Cleveland comes home to face the lone remaining undefeated team in the Cardinals.