CLEVELAND -- An examination of five hot issues from the Cleveland Browns' 38-31 loss to the Chicago Bears: A step back: Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton had said in the past two weeks that the third-down defense had been fixed. In five previous games against New England, Jacksonville, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Baltimore, the Browns held opponents to 25-for-75 on third downs (33 percent). The Bears were 9-for-14 (64.3 percent). It’s been six years: According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Browns became the first team since the Buffalo BIlls in 2007 to score two defensive touchdowns and lose.via - NFL Nation