Browns Quick Hits

What went right: Rookie running back Nick Chubb showed home run ability by rushing for touchdowns of 63 (12:35 left in the second quarter) and 41 yards (4:20 left in the fourth quarter). The second-round draft pick had three carries for 105 yards (35 average) and two touchdowns. "I was excited for Nick seeing him bust those two long runs," said running back Carlos Hyde, who added a 1-yard rushing touchdown with 8:07 left in the fourth quarter. "I called them, too. The first one he busted, I called it. I knew he was going to break it. Even in practice, it was breaking when I was running it. But I'm happy for him. We feed off each other."

What went wrong: Four turnovers. About eight dropped passes. More breakdowns on special teams, including giving up a 49-yard punt return to wide receiver Dwayne Harris. The return set up Matt McCrane's 44-yard field that gave the Raiders a 34-28 lead with 10:46 left in the fourth quarter. "We've got to be better on special teams," coach Hue Jackson said. "Our punt team, we need to be better."

Bottom line: The Browns lost the turnover battle (4-2) for the first time this season and blew a 28-14 lead. "It was a 14-point swing there in the second half where they scored each time we turned it over, and you look at the score and that's the difference," Jackson said. "You can't turn the ball over. That's kind of uncharacteristic of what we've done on offense, so it bit us in the butt."

— Nate Ulrich