RG3 can't stop the bleeding
CLEVELAND — Robert Griffin III played for the first time in three months but didn't stop the Browns from falling closer to 0-16. Griffin hadn't played since the Sept. 11 opener, when he broke a bone in his left shoulder. He had a handful of positive plays, showed poise under pressure and most importantly, survived to play another week. "He showed that he belongs," coach Hue Jackson said. "He has to get better in some areas. … I thought he held his own."