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Sunday ended up being a historic day for the Cleveland Browns, and the NFL. For the football team, they saw Nick Chubb put himself in their history books as he was the first Cleveland player to run for 100-plus yards and two-plus touchdowns in consecutive games since 1967.
As a team, they also found themselves with a winning record for the first time since December of 2014. Baker Mayfield also got in on the fun stats, going without a pick for the first time since Week 10 of 2019 — as he continued to show some growth.
But the biggest history maker was the collective achievement of Callie Brownson, Jennifer King, and Sarah Thomas. These three being on the field together marked the first time there was a female coach on both sidelines along with a female official.
Those stores and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
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"“For the first time ever, a woman took part in coaching on both participating teams and also officiating the game.On the Browns side there’s Callie Brownson, team chief of staff, while the Washington side has full-year intern Jennifer King. Sarah Thomas was the NFL official taking part in the game.”"
This really was a cool moment to see as the league continues to promote diversity. It’s also not surprising to see the Browns involved in such a huge moment considering they’ve always been on the forefront of such diversity in their staff.
Our own Grant Puskar looks at the game Nick Chubb had as he put the Browns offense on his back at times again in Week 3. He could very well be the best running back in the game and he continues to get better.
"“Cleveland had gone 90 consecutive weeks without a winning record, which was by far the longest active streak in the NFL. The Browns were last above .500 going into Week 15 of the 2014 season, when they were 7-6, then lost their final three games.”"
Things are finally changing with the Browns and before raining on our parade with the “they beat Washington” stuff, remember that they didn’t always beat the teams they were supposed to. This is a time to celebrate in the Dawg Pound.
"“I had this professional football player — millionaire — stop and change my tire for me,” Cutlip said, via News 5 Cleveland. He called Harrison the most “kind, gentle person I’ve met in a long time” and wished him well on the season."
The story of Ronnie Harrison stopping to help someone with a blown tire made the rounds and is just another great example of the Browns being leaders in their community.