The Browns started their final drive with 1:18 left in regulation and quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson was under pressure to deliver. Having struggled offensively, they hadn’t scored since the first half and had five punts and an interception in the third and fourth quarters.
However, Thompson-Robinson came through, hitting all four of his passes for 39 yards and putting the Browns in field goal position. Coach Kevin Stefanski commended his performance. Dustin Hopkins sealed the win with a 34-yard field goal, securing the Browns’ seventh win of the season.
Thompson-Robinson acknowledged that he heard the crowd chanting his initials near the end of the game. The quarterback was trying to remain focused on the game and not get distracted. He also didn’t dwell on the victory, already focusing on the next game.
In his postgame press conference, Thompson-Robinson expressed his happiness about the win and thanked his teammates for their support. He also attributed the team’s success to the hard work and focus they displayed. He also noted that he was glad for the learning opportunities afforded by practice and the opportunity to correct mistakes before game day.