Browns vs. Jags: 5 Things We Learned from Cleveland's Win over Jacksonville

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Browns vs. Jags: 5 Things We Learned from Cleveland's Win over Jacksonville
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Factory of Sadness? Not today, as the Browns won a 14-10 nail biter over the Jacksonville Jaguars with a little bit of luck and big, big goal-line stand. 

While the Browns caught a bad break on a non-reviewable field goal that looked like it might have been good, they caught a good one when Jack Del Rio botched the play calling on his team's final attempt at a touchdown. 

Most of the credit still goes to the Browns though for finally putting a pair of touchdowns on the board and closing out the game with one of the best goal line stands in recent memory. 

Perhaps the most notable lesson we learned this week?

It never pays to channel LeBron James.

That's what Maurice Jones-Drew did after his first quarter touchdown when he mimed a fake chalk toss to mock Cleveland fans. And in true Quitness karmic retribution, the Jags laid down and died in the fourth quarter. Perhaps in some small and indirect way, Cleveland finally took one back from The Quitter. 

But there were more serious lessons learned in this game for the Browns, who move to 4-6 on the season and drop the Jaguars to 3-7.

Following are five things the Cleveland can take away from their heartening victory this afternoon in the Factory of Gladness. 

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