CLEVELAND Teams

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Rod Streater fractured a bone in his neck in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. He will miss the season, but the team said he does not need surgery and doctors expect a full recovery. Rookie receiver Derrick Willies had surgery today to repair his broken collarbone; Willies is on injured reserve and will be a candidate to return this season.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The fact that the Browns signed Breshad Perriman shows the wide receiver talent available on the free agent market. Damion Ratley played well Sunday after the missed TD pass, and Rashard Higgins will be back at some point. If the Browns want to upgrade a position that needs upgrading, it's worth checking to see if Oakland might trade Amari Cooper, and for what. Cooper's health status is in question, though; he took a big hit Sunday and left the game with a concussion.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield said he turned his right ankle running out of bounds in the first quarter, but said he it did not affect him. Asked if the issue may linger, he simply said "no."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The false start by Russell Okung that wasn't called -- the Chargers scored their third touchdown despite an obvious false start -- happened on the Chargers side of the field. But Hue Jackson said the official on his side of the field told him the refs simply "missed it." Defensive tackle Larry Obunjobi offered this thought: "It was one of those plays where you have to keep playing, even though sometimes the referees miss things. You still have to finish the play."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was asked what advice he'd give Baker Mayfield. Rivers' response:

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Pac-12 has just a 1 in 20 shot at putting a team in the playoff. Meanwhile, the SEC is still the most likely conference to get two teams in, but that number has dropped quite a bit over last few weeks.

Jackson on loss: 'I take total responsibility' (0:35)
Mayfield on struggles: 'I'm gonna go to work and get it fixed' (0:44)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Baker Mayfield said he will be hard on himself after losing to the Chargers: "It doesn't matter what they do. I gotta do my job."

Njoku wins jump ball on perfect Mayfield fade (0:24)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns put a clunker on the field in losing 38-14 to the Chargers. Los Angeles rushed for 246 yards, Baker Mayfield threw two interceptions and got little help form his receivers, who could not catch two touchdown passes. This one-sided score didn't truly accurately reflect the way the Chargers dominated and controlled the game.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

With half the fourth quarter remaining, the Chargers have rushed for 243 yards, 8.1 yards per carry.

Mayfield intercepted in Browns' territory (0:24)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Middle linebacker Joe Schobert has left the game with a hamstring injury and will not return.

Mayfield slips on sideline, comes up limping (0:20)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The 10 teams most likely to reach the playoff, according to ESPN's Playoff Predictor. Georgia (27%) is still alive after its loss to LSU. For the Tigers it was not only the win but the way they won -- handily -- that put them on the board.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

A Baker Mayfield interception sets the Chargers up for a touchdown and a 28-6 lead. I'm pretty sure this is not a Browns team built to come back from that second-half deficit.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns should most be lamenting missing opportunities in that first half. They were inside the Chargers 40 six times on offense and got just two field goals. Philip Rivers, meanwhile, guided touchdown drives of 57, 89 and 77 yards. Los Angeles leads 21-6.