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Bills vs. Browns, 2014: second half open thread

The Browns lead the Bills in an awful game. How will it end?

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Matt Warren is Associate Director of NFL coverage for SB Nation and previously covered the Bills for Buffalo Rumblings for more than a decade.

The Buffalo Bills have a red zone interception from Kyle Orton and a blocked Dan Carpenter field goal and should thank their lucky stars they are only down 3-0 and get the ball to start the second half.

The Cleveland Browns are dominating in time of possession and yards and also have a missed field goal and interception to their name. Buffalo's defense has just one sack of Brian Hoyer and hasn't been able to dial up the pressure. It won't help that Marcell Dareus left the game and is questionable to return.

On offense, Kyle Orton has been inaccurate, missing open receivers and throwing the aforementioned pick to former Bills DB Jim Leonhard. The rushing attack hasn't been able to get going, either, as the Browns' defensive line has dominated the point of attack.

It's been ugly. Like 6-3 or 8-0 losses-to-the-Browns ugly. These two teams seem to bring out the worst in each other. Have fun chatting about the second half!