The Cleveland Browns are mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, but the team is still giving their best effort today.
Ever since Freddie Kitchens replaced Todd Haley as the offensive coordinator, the Browns have shown promise on that side of the ball. Well, he certainly went into his bag of tricks for today's matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.
In the second quarter, Cleveland ran a play which featured two handoffs and an absolute dime from Jarvis Landry to Breshad Perriman. That's right, the star wideout completed a pass down the field to the speedster from UCF.
Here is the trick play that has the entire NFL world buzzing:
Landry completing a 63-yard pass might just finish as the top play from Week 16.
Although the postseason is out of reach now for Cleveland, it's great to see Baker Mayfield lead the unit to success. In just one half of action, the top selection of the 2018 NFL Draft has 1o4 passing yards and two touchdowns.
The Browns currently lead 16-0 over the Bengals in the first half.