After watching the film, Browns coach Pat Shurmur took a lot of positives from the overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys. "We just have to find a way to finish," Shurmur said. “They’ve taken pride in their performance,” Shurmur said. The same may be said of Shurmur and his Browns tenure, one pockmarked with wrenching setbacks like Sunday's in which they blew a 13-0 third-quarter lead and allowed the Cowboys to tie it on the last fourth-quarter possession. Following Sunday’s 23-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in overtime at Cowboys Stadium, the Cleveland Browns’ coaches went through their normal routines of breaking down the film and going over corrections with the players. But for youngsters such as Trent Richardson, Billy Winn and the nearly 30 players on the active roster with less than two full seasons of pro experience, it's a bewildering feeling.