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Bills 33, Browns 13

Browns' perfect season intact

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — With two games left, coach Hue Jackson is considering any and all options to prevent the Browns from matching the NFL season record for futility.

"Everything's going to be on the table," he said after Cleveland lost to the Bills to fall to 0-14. "I think I owe these guys the best opportunity to win."

Jackson's not ruling out another change at quarterback after Robert Griffin III was inconsistent in his second straight start.

"Everybody's in play," Jackson said.

LeSean McCoy had a season-best 153 yards rushing and scored twice in helping the Bills keep their slim playoff hopes alive.



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