Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine admits that he was at fault in his side's defeat to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine has blamed himself for his side's last-gasp defeat to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
In an even game the Browns had a chance to go seven points ahead through a Billy Cundiff field goal, but his effort was blocked by Asa Jackson.
The Ravens rallied and Justin Tucker kicked two field goals, including one in the dying seconds, to fire his side to their second victory of the season.
"For the bulk of it, the players played well enough to have a victory," Pettine told reporters.
"I put this one on me. We didn't coach well enough to win today. I'm not going to get into too much of the specifics until I get a chance to go through it. The list is long."
The Browns are 1-2 in their season following their loss to the Ravens.
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