Former ASU kicker and NCAA all-time field-goal leader Zane Gonzalez became the latest fall guy for the Cleveland Browns -- and Browns fan LeBron James isn't pleased with him.
The 23-year-old Gonzalez, who starred at ASU from 2013-16 and was a unanimous All-American in his senior season, missed two field goals and two extra points in the Browns' narrow 21-18 loss at the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Gonzalez's final miss came on a 52-yard field-goal attempt that would have sent the game to overtime in the final seconds.
The #Browns = Cursed 🤦♂️
They lose another one after Zane Gonzalez missed his fourth kick of the game from 52 yards. 🤮 pic.twitter.com/NoQWWkNEBy
— Bovada Official (@BovadaOfficial) September 16, 2018
Gonzalez also missed an extra point that would have given the Browns a one-point lead late in the game.
"“He better not say, 'My bad.' He might get his ass whooped," LeBron said about Gonzalez via his Instagram page.
LeBron not a fan of Zane Gonzalez right now.
“He better not say my bad, because he might get his ass whooped.” pic.twitter.com/OiWVkn1qgJ
— Justin Spears (@JustinESports) September 16, 2018
The loss was especially cruel for Browns fans, whose team hasn't won a football game in 631 days. The Browns went 0-16 last season and nearly ended their losing streak last week vs. the Steelers, but they ultimately had to settle for a 21-21 tie in Cleveland. Gonzalez had a late 43-yard field-goal attempt blocked in the final seconds of that game.