Daily Dawg Chow: Browns news (10/1/18) Cleveland Browns:“Terrance Mitchell could

miss remainder of season with broken forearm” (Browns.com) - “Cornerback Terrance Mitchell suffered a broken forearm that could end his season Womens Myles Garrett Jersey , coach Hue Jackson said following Sunday’s 45-42 overtime loss to the Raiders.”“Refs, Raiders beat Browns, 45-42, in tough overtime collapse” (WFNY) - “The Cleveland Browns lost in another crushing way as the Raiders beat the Browns in overtime, 45-42. The game had it all: Big plays by both teams with points flying on the board.”“Refocused, NFL Week 4: Oakland Raiders 45, Cleveland Browns 42” (PFF) - “For a long time, it looked like Baker Mayfield would pick up the W in his first start Womens Baker Mayfield Jersey , but as has become custom for Browns fans, he and the team came up short when it mattered most.”“Don’t let officiating errors hide that these Browns have issues” (247Sports) - “There were certainly some questionable calls that could have changed the outcome of the Week 4 contest but, as the old saying goes, there is no point in crying over spilt milk.”“Baker Mayfield blames himself for four turnovers in loss to Raiders” (PFT) - “Mayfield said after the game that his own four turnovers — two interceptions and two lost fumbles — were the reason the Raiders put so many points on the board.”“Browns vs. Raiders Week 4 Highlights” (NFL on YouTube) - “The Cleveland Browns take on the Oakland Raiders during Week 4 of the 2018 NFL season.”NFL:“Injuries we’re tracking from Sunday’s Week 4 games” (NFL.com) - “Earl Thomas (leg) was carted off the field with an air cast against the Cardinals. Coach Pete Carroll told reporters after the game that he suffered a lower leg fracture and will go on injured reserve.”“Adam Vinatieri hits 566th field goal to set NFL record” (ESPN) - “Vinatieri passed Hall of Famer Morten Andersen for the most field goals in NFL history late in the first half of Sunday’s 37-34 overtime loss to the Houston Texans.” Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens has a big task facing him on Sunday.The team’s new offensive coordinator has to put together a game plan to help the Browns keep pace with the Kansas City Chiefs offense, which is scoring an NFL-high of 36.2 points per game.It will also be the first time that Kitchens, who was promoted to the job on Monday after the Browns fired head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley, will call plays during a game in the regular season. But Kitchens, who has been coaching in the NFL since 2006 http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline...kindred-jersey , is taking things in stride, at least publicly. When asked on Thursday about the pressure of calling plays, Kitchens took a pretty laid back approach, according to clevelandbrowns.com:It may sound odd at first, but Kitchens makes a good point. If he can keep his wits about him on Sunday, calling out a play becomes easy. The hard part falls on the players, as center JC Tretter needs to make the correct protection call, running back Nick Chubb needs to hit the right hole http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline...n-coley-jersey , wide receiver Antonio Callaway needs to not get pushed off his route, and quarterback Baker Mayfield needs to make the correct throw, and so on.Do all that, and Kitchens ends up looking like a genius. And if they don’t? Well, then we will all get to see just how chill Kitchens really is on game days.