WATCH: Chaos Ensues as Browns Fans Get Into Massive Brawl Ironically Next to Porta Potties

by Jonathan Howard
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Football season is back and that means fan fights are back as well. When the pregame starts before the sun rises, bad things can happen. In the Muni lot outside FirstEnergy Stadium, Browns fans got into quite a fight. It is unclear what caused the altercation, but thankfully one brave man got a video of it.

There is no telling what the quality of a fight video is going to be. People get too excited and shake around and the whole thing ends up ruined. However, the guy who caught this video is the Steven Spielberg of street fight directing. Honestly, when was the last time you saw a drunken scrap recorded so well?

This video has it all. We start off with two guys, clearly past their physical primes, squaring up with each other. There is a small crowd at first, but that quickly changes. The man in the Beckham Jr jersey looks to be outmatched at first. However, after taking some shots on the ground, it looked like he almost knocked his opponent out with one heavy right hand. Then, it gets broken up.

At this point, it looks like a done deal. The man filming turns the camera around showing off the end of a blunt burning in his lips. Next thing you know, it is an all-out brawl. There are about a dozen people trying to break up the madness or get involved in it. By the end of the video, a table of food had been taken out, sadly, and left folks without anything to eat in the area. Oh, Browns fans…

Let’s hope that David got out of there alright before another fight started.

Cleveland Browns Defeat Houston Texans

While the action in the parking lot was hotly contested, it got difficult inside. The Cleveland Browns did not have an easy time with the Houston Texans. Over the course of the game, both teams went back and forth on the scoreboard. Unfortunately, the Texans lost their quarterback, Tyrod Taylor during the game. He had played great up until then.

By the time Taylor left with his hamstring injury he had completed 10/11 passes for 125 yards and a touchdown. He had also rushed for a 15-yard touchdown himself. That put the Texans in a good position heading into the second half. However, with backup QB Davis Mills playing, they couldn’t get it done. He threw for a touchdown and an interception off of 8/18 passing for 102 yards. Good, but not going to get it done against Baker Mayfield and his offense.

This game came down to the third quarter when the Browns shut out the Texans while putting up 10 points of their own. When the clock hit 0:00 in the fourth quarter, Cleveland had won 31-21.

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