Browns fan goes on rant and jumps into Lake Erie after revenge loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers

The Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers again in the second matchup between the two teams this year.

The loss was enough to send one dejected Browns fans to jump into Lake Erie following the loss.

Joey Kinsley, who posted the video on his social media accounts under the handle @SirYacht, wrote: “Welp Browns’ season is over after another loss to the Steelers and a QB named after a duck. I’m so done with them I jumped into Lake Erie.”

Kinsley filmed himself getting out of his car, ranting about the Browns and walking toward what he claimed in the video is Lake Erie. He can be seen walking into the water and submerging himself in the water before getting back out.

Kinsley did not immediately respond to a request from CNN.

Following the indefinite suspension of Browns defensive end Myles Garrett after he hit Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his helmet during a fight in the first matchup, the game seemed certain to feature some animosity.

Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens added fuel to the fire when he was spotted wearing a “Pittsburgh started it” T-shirt over the holiday weekend.

However, the Browns put forth a lackluster effort and lost to the Steelers 20-13.

To say that the Browns have not lived up to all the preseason hype surrounding the team is an understatement, and this loss brings the team’s record to 5-7.

Perhaps Kinsley said it best in his rant before walking into the lake.

“After all that hype, all that promise, all the talent that was assembled, it was all wasted,” he said. “We lost to the Steelers — again!”