BEREA, Ohio -- With time to reflect, Browns coach Pat Shurmur says he would change some play calls and reconsider other decisions he made in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to Baltimore.
The Browns were beaten 25-15 by the Ravens, who put the game away in the final four minutes after stopping Cleveland on a fourth-and-2 play.
Instead of punting from his own 28, Shurmur, who still had two timeouts, called a pass play. But rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden's throw to wide receiver Greg Little's was high and fell incomplete.
The Ravens took over and kicked a field goal to take a 10-point lead, essentially ending the game.
Shurmur said he needed "to give Weeden a better play there." As the Browns (2-7) enter their bye week, Shurmur said he's frustrated but not discouraged by his team's inability to win close games.
The Associated Press