As Browns lose game, RGIII loses contents of his wallet

Nothing is going right for the Cleveland Browns this season.

Robert Griffin III, one of the multitude of Cleveland passers who have started and lost a game in 2016, had money stolen from his car during Sunday's loss to the Giants. Griffin's girlfriend Grete Sadeiko, who also got ripped off, tweeted about the incident after Cleveland fell to 0-12.

When people on Twitter asked why Griffin and Sadeiko would leave their wallets in an unsecured location -- this is a fair question -- Sadeiko offered up an explanation.

Sadeiko's comment "So you valet your car for a Browns game ..." just drips with indignation. Loose translation: "I guarantee our billfolds would've been unmolested on Patriot Way."

RGIII, meanwhile, is approaching a possible return and could be the Browns' last best chance at avoiding 0-16 ignominy. Think about that for a second.

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