WATCH: Browns go full Browns when new kicker misses game-winning field goal
This should not be a surprise by now
When Parkey, signed as the Browns' kicker on Saturday to replace an injured Patrick Murray, had a chance to give the Browns their first win of the season at the final gun, he did what every Browns player always does in crucial moments -- the opposite of what he was supposed to do.
He missed what would have been a game-winning field goal wide left and the Dolphins breathed a sigh of relief.
Predictably, the internet had some stuff to say.
Got to hear both sides pic.twitter.com/mwM9cGr1XL— Seth Partnow (@SethPartnow) September 25, 2016
This Browns-Dolphins game should be humanely euthanized for all our sakes.— Robert Mays (@robertmays) September 25, 2016
Goodell should have the authority to call this Browns/Fish game a tie. Don't play the overtime. We've seen enough— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) September 25, 2016
Dolphins and Browns trying to out-duel each other in utter incompetence— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) September 25, 2016
I believed in the Browns destiny for two seconds— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) September 25, 2016
If the Browns were a funeral parlor, no one would die.— scott pianowski (@scott_pianowski) September 25, 2016
Given that it was Parkey's third miss of the day, I'm guessing he might not stick around in Cleveland for long.
The Browns lost in overtime, by the way. Of course they did.
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