As they headed to the fourth quarter they had a 21-7 lead on the Packers at home. With a lead like that and Brett Hundley at quarterback, not Aaron Rodgers, you'd think the Browns would have been able to hold on.

We’re we about to see a win in Cleveland? Was the parade route one fan has been planning for the perfect season in jeopardy?

Wrong!

The Browns allowed the Packers to force overtime and in OT, DeShone Kizer threw a dreadful interception, which led to a Green Bay score to end the game.

The only thing sadder than the interception and loss was Cleveland Cavaliers’ star small forward LeBron James and his tweets leading up to that moment and after the pick.

There was a bright side to the game though, Josh Gordon scored his first touchdown since 2013, so there are some good things to cheer about Browns fans.

Cleveland will try and win their first game of the season next week when the Ravens come to town.

Sorry Browns fans, I wouldn’t hold your breath for it though.