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The Cleveland Browns have set plenty of records over the years that you don't want your team to be known for. And Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals was another opportunity for the Browns to add another bad record to the list.

Luckily the Browns came out with a win on the road in Cincy. If they had lost, Cleveland would have tied the record for longest road losing streak in NFL history, at 26 games. 

A loss would have tied the Detroit Lions' 26-game road losing streak, which ran from November 2007 to December 2010. That's a streak you want no part of.

The Browns can thank their promising rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, who had one of the best games of his career, throwing for 258 yards and four touchdowns in the win.

Let's see if the Browns can carry this momentum and even flip it on its head by winning back-to-back road games next week in Houston in Week 13.

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