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LeBron James documents Browns’ meltdown versus Packers on Twitter

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Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James’ woes as a football fan continues Sunday. Almost a week after hearing news that his Ohio State Buckeyes are not going to make the College Football Playoffs, James witnessed how the Cleveland Browns do their weekly dumpster-on-fire transformation.

The Browns were playing at home Sunday against the visiting Green Bay Packers. Cleveland entered the game as the only winless team in the NFL with a 0-12 record, but it seemed that the Gods of football were finally heeding the prayers of the legion of suffering Browns fans, as the team held a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter. The Packers rallied though and forced the game to go to overtime.

At this point, LeBron James, who was intently watching the game, pleaded for the Browns on Twitter to just make one good play. Just one.

Then the Browns showed why they are the Browns, as rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer threw a careless, panic-stricken pass that was intercepted by Green Bay. The Cavs superstar only had an emoji to tell his followers how frustrated he was with the turnover.

That error eventually cost the Browns the game, as the Packers scored a touchdown later on thanks to a touchdown grab by Davante Adams, and of course, James wasn’t amused by it at all. The Packers completed their comeback with a 27-21 win to remain in the hunt for a playoff spot in the NFC.

They say God hates Cleveland, but maybe, he just really hates the Browns, who are now 0-13.

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