So did the Bucs.
Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston had an up and down game, but when the Bucs needed him, he made the big plays.
After Catanzaro's first miss, Winston tried to force a pass to Chris Godwin that was intercepted by linebacker Jamie Collins on the first possession of overtime. But, the Bucs offense came alive and drove down the field in the final minutes to set up a possible game-winning 40-yard field goal.
Jabrill Peppers had 46 yards on 2 put returns, except he fumbled in overtime allowing Tampa Bay to win the game.
They got it in the first half, anyway. This is the second loss in a row for Cleveland and nudges their record down to 2-4-1. Even though the ending was stunning, the world of Twitter was more focused on Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield's reaction rather than the kick that ended the game.
After the game, Browns head coach Hue Jackson told reporters he might take more control of the offensive decisions moving forward. The PAT tied the game at 23-23. Nevertheless, the defense gave the Browns another chance as they forced a three-and-out on the following series.
Mayfield's face on the sideline summed up the result for Cleveland.
Tampa Bay took a little while to warm up, but they followed up a slow three-point first quarter with 13 points in the second. After the Bucs touchdown, the Browns drove 75 yards in seven plays to respond with a touchdown of their own.
The Browns got on the board again after Winston's fumble and David Njoku's 15-yard TD pass from Mayfield cut the deficit to 16-9. He didn't get much help from his receivers last week, and the Chargers. The Browns have scored 26 points in their last two games, while the Bucs are allowing 35 points per game on average.
Tampa Bay entered the game with only nine sacks this season. And on Sunday, they were met with yet another overtime, this time against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.