But on Twitter, a number of Lions fans celebrated the Browns' win because it allows the Lions to maintain their title as the only team in National Football League history to finish the year 0-16.
The Cleveland Browns defeated the San Diego Chargers Saturday 20-17 to pick up their first win of the season.
Isaiah Crowell scored 8- and 4-yard rushing touchdowns in the first half and Cody Parkey made a field goal in each half.
Robert Griffin III started Saturday, but didn't make it to the end as he left in the fourth quarter with a concussion.
Once again, Lambo missed the would-be game-tying try as it sailed wide right from 45 yards out and time expired.
Both teams sustained multiple injuries, with Griffin and Browns cornerback Joe Haden the most significant players to go down.
On the Browns' opening drive, the Chargers committed three defensive penalties, including two roughing-the-passer calls and one pass-interference infraction.
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers completed 24 of 47 passes for 321 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He returned in the second quarter.
The Browns conclude their season next Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, while the 49ers face the Seattle Seahawks.