2) A First Time for Everything
If you had told Browns fans before Sunday that Cleveland’s offense would put up 42 points, most would chalk that up as a win for the Browns given how dominant the team’s defense has been through the first three weeks of the season. Unfortunately, Week Four was an uncharacteristic dud from the Browns defense. That unit still made their staple plays, compiling three sacks of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr and 10 total QB hits, while also snagging two interceptions to bring their turnover total on the season to 13. However, Cleveland’s defense was picked apart by Carr to the beat of 437 yards and four touchdowns and gave up four red zone TDs. As a whole, they were put in some tough spots after several turnovers gave Oakland a short field, but on a day where your offense managed 42 points, they needed just one more stop.