Browns end preseason 2-2

It was a rough go for Charlie Frye and the rest of the first-team offense as the Browns fell to the Bears 20-7 in their preseason finale Thursday night. Frye was 1-of-4 for 8 yards in his two series. The first-team offense was totally stifled by the Bears defense, which is one of the best, if not the best, in the NFL. Attempting to run the ball was like running into a brick wall. And when he tried to pass, Frye barely had any time to throw in the short six plays he ran.

Their only score came with Derek Anderson under the helm when he threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Frisman Jackson at the end of the first half. Anderson, 11-for-22 for 76 yards, 1 TD, and 1 INT, wasn’t great but surely outperformed Ken Dorsey, who finished 2-for-7 for 18 yards. Frisman Jackson led all Browns receivers with 40 yards on four catches. Jason Wright and Jerome Harrison each had 32 yards on the ground on seven carries.

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