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Despite their record, the Browns seem to be a better team

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BEREA, Ohio - After 13 games, the Cleveland Browns are 4-9.

Last year at this same time, they were 5-8 and finished the year with a three game losing streak.

Despite not having a better record, the Browns appear to be a better team.

They had the Patriots on the ropes and should've won the game. Even with the way they lost, they want to build on what they did right.

"We have to build on the positives. The results will come and that's what we're preaching. I believe that, I have seen it before, seen it with other teams. The positives are right things to be happening. Of course, we're not getting the outcomes that we all want so bad, but that will come," said Rob Chudzinksi, Cleveland Browns head coach.

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