The Browns came so close to victory Sunday, but they remain winless following a 27-21 overtime loss to the Packers.
Cleveland (0-13) held a 21-14 lead late, but a 65-yard punt return by Trevor Davis set up Green Bay’s game-tying score.
The Browns also got a big game from Isaiah Crowell, who ran for 121 yards on 19 carries.
The Packers, meanwhile, struggled to find consistency on the ground with just 85 yards on 27 attempts. Hundley went 35 of 46 for 265 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for 31 yards to keep the playoff hopes alive for the Packers (7-6), who hope to get Rodgers back next week from a broken collarbone.
The game was tied at 110 before Bazemore, a forward known for his defense, did his thing. Twice he picked off Magic passes and quickly threw them down.
“We made winning plays in the last 90 seconds,” said Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer. “Kent Bazemore . . . his activity, his competitiveness. … Obviously, the steal in the middle of the court, but the activity, length, and arms on the inbounds makes it difficult (on the Magic).”
“If I look at myself, the last three games against the big dogs, I wasn’t big enough,” Seguin said. “I’ve got to be a lot better.”
Seguin assisted on Jamie Benn’s goal that pulled Dallas to 4-3 with 15:44 to play. Maxime Lagace held the Stars scoreless for the final 15:43 and finished with 36 saves.
That time included a two-minute power play and 1:29 with an extra skater after the Stars pulled goalie Ben Bishop, who stopped 34 shots.
“I knew they were gonna buzz,” Lagace said. “They like to look for the tap-ins. I just kept my head on the puck and ended up on my blocker or pads.”