The Browns scored a 47-yard touchdown to tie the New Orleans Saints at 18-18 with less than two minutes left in the fourth quarter when Tyrod Taylor hooked up with Antonio Callaway. That tied the game at 18-18, but the Browns should already have been leading at this point, with Gonzalez missing his first extra-point try back in the third quarter, as well as a field-goal try earlier in the fourth. The defense did stiffen then, but too late; Wil Lutz kicked what turned out to be the game-winning field goal from 44 yards with 21 seconds left. If not for safety Marcus Williams' interception of Tyrod Taylor with just less than five minutes to go, the Saints might have become the first team to lose to the Browns since December 24, 2016. It cost the Browns a chance at their first win since 2016.
Kamara had 99 yards from scrimmage, including 53 receiving on six catches to go with his successful run on a 2-point conversion. But Gonzalez's 52-yard try was wide right. It was the Browns' seventh takeaway of the season. This year, however, they've been something of a mystery this season.
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This Browns team has been must-see TV through two games, piggy-backing off of the most entertaining "Hard Knocks" in recent memory. On third-and-8 from the Saints' 22, the Browns called a screen pass to running back Duke Johnson, who was stopped for a 1-yard gain.
The Saints faced first-and-goal at the Browns' 2 after TJ Carrie, who replaced Briean Boddy-Calhoun as the nickel cornerback, was flagged for a 25-yard pass interference penalty on receiver Austin Carr. It was the second turnover created by Mitchell and Randall on the afternoon.
However, the Browns' offense failed to capitalize. The next play, Lutz missed a 44-yard field goal wide left with 4:16 left in the second quarter. The Browns settled for Gonzalez's 39-yard field goal and a 6-3 advantage they would take into halftime.