CLEVELAND -- It was yet another loss for the Browns, followed by disappointment from fans.
"I mean, we're 0 and 3 looking into the next three weeks. Don't think there's any hope, start 0 and 7," said Mickey O'Brien.
Fans marched out of the stadium in droves before the end of the fourth quarter.
"It's terrible, it's going to be a long season. I didn't see any promise today at all," said another fan on the street.
Fans say the game was just too painful to watch.
The Browns play again Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens. But fans are in no hurry to watch.
"I'm not coming down here this week. I don't know anyone who will after the loss to the Bills," said O'Brien. He added that when the Browns lose, downtown bars and restaurants lose out on fans like him.