The Los Angeles Rams have lost five straight games.
It’s a stretch that hasn’t happened in their nine-year existence.
The Rams are 0-5 in games against the Browns and 2-2 in games at Cleveland.
They haven’t lost to Cleveland since 2011.
The Browns have won five straight and have won two straight in the Rams’ past two meetings.
“This is the longest stretch that we’ve had in our history,” Rams coach Jeff Fisher said.
“It doesn’t make any sense.
This is just a great loss.”
The Rams’ two losses came on the road.
The Chargers won on Thanksgiving Day in Los Angeles and the Cardinals defeated the Saints in St. Louis in Week 7.
In addition to the Rams loss to the Browns, the Rams also lost to the Falcons in Week 12.
The Cardinals’ two other losses came in Week 13 at the Vikings and in Week 16 at the Chargers.
The Rams have won four straight and five of their last six at home.
They have lost nine of their past 10 games overall.
Cleveland has won six straight in Los Vegas, including four straight in Cleveland.
Rams QB Josh McCown threw for 334 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions and rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown.
They are 5-0 in home games against Cleveland since 2007.
L.A.’s victory will be its third straight in Week 10.
They beat the Rams at home last year, winning 31-17.
The win gives the Rams a 12-3 record at home and a 3-0 record against the Rams in Los Angelos.
This game marks the Rams final regular season game in the Los Angeles Coliseum.
The team will play the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football.