Minnesota Vikings Dominated by Cleveland Defense in 14-7 Loss
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Myles Garrett and the Cleveland defense produced another dominant performance. This one gave coach Kevin Stefanski a victory over his old team.
The Browns beat the Minnesota Vikings 14-7 to improve to 3-1 on the season. The Vikings fell to 1-3.
Garrett was credited with one-half of Cleveland’s two sacks and four hits on Kirk Cousins. Greedy Williams became the first player this season to intercept Minnesota’s quarterback.
The Browns again leaned on their two-pronged rushing attack with predictable success.
Cousins hit Justin Jefferson for a touchdown on the opening drive. The Vikings failed to score on 11 more possessions.
The Minnesota Vikings (1-3) host the Detroit Lions (0-4) this Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
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