Cleveland bounced back from that to score touchdowns on their first two drives of the second half to take a 24-17 lead.
Stafford's 40-yard touchdown pass to Tate with 4:28 left gave Detroit a 38-24 advantage.
Kizer played well until he was hurt, then came back and did what he could. A few minutes later, Nevin Lawson returned a fumble for a score giving Detroit the lead. He was replaced by Cody Kessler. The Browns finished the day with 201 yards and two touchdowns; only a Browns miscommunication keeping the Lions from going into halftime tied at 17. That gave Quandre Diggs a free shot at Kizer, who left with rib injuries. The rookie passer was able to return late in game, but ended up throwing a game-sealing interception to Lions cornerback Darius Slay. The teams hadn't faced each other since the 2013 season, when the Lions won at Cleveland, 31-17. Ogbah and Myles Garrett started fast, Kizer looked more comfortable and the Browns were aggressive and successful running the ball. QB DeShone Kizer has four rushing touchdowns, the most by a Cleveland quarterback since Brian Sipe had four in 1974.
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"He's not ideal, but this is the best version we've seen of him". A pass to David Njoku was thrown too far outside and he could not get his feet down in bounds. The second quarter belonged to the Lions. As a result, Zane Gonzalez had to kick a field goal.
Despite losing their first eight games, the Browns came to Ford Field ninth in total defense and ranked ahead of teams such as the Eagles, Saints, Rams and Chiefs - all of whom entered Sundays' games in first place. Crowell and Johnson each contributed, as the Browns showed the design they had to win games this season can work when they actually follow the plan.
It was one of those play calls that the Browns have become known for, one that fans wish they could unsee after it unfolds. "He's a good player".