Browns coach Freddie Kitchens wanted to clear the record Monday.Kitchens blamed himself after the team’s 20-13 loss to the Rams on Sunday and told reporters he “had to do a better job” with play-calling. “Blame me. Don’t blame any of our players.”- Freddie Kitchens on the #Browns loss to the #LARams pic.twitter.com/5cRwNwWqbk— SportsTime Ohio (@SportsTimeOhio) September 23, 2019However, the rookie coach did not mean to imply he was considering giving up the duties.”You can write that if you want to. But that’s not even feasible,” Kitchens told reporters Monday. “That’s not even, that’s not being considered. No, it’s not.” Related News Baker Mayfield on 1-2 Browns: ‘Don’t hit the panic button’ Odell Beckham Jr. says loss to Rams ‘will be very good for’ Browns Kitchens, like the newly assembled offense with the addition of Odell Beckham Jr. in the offseason, is still getting used to the learning curve. Three takeaways from Rams’ narrow win over Browns The offensive coordinator-turned-head-coach admitted he still needs to get to know his personnel after making a series of miscues in the final moments of Sunday’s game.”When you start talking about specifics like that, I just know how the guys around me are,” Kitchens said. “I think you take the sense of, you get a better feel for what people can do and what people can’t do. Or the better situations that they can be in in relation to the situation that you’re putting them in currently. And that’s what you do. You do your work during the course of the week and you call it on Sunday. If they do things differently, you make adjustments accordingly. I think we’ve been doing a good job of that. Now it just needs to get more consistent.”The Browns dropped to 1-2 after the loss and will face the Ravens in Baltimore on Sunday.