Odell Beckham's return to MetLife went swimmingly. Not only did he rack up one of his patented one-handed catches in the first half, he broke the game open with an 89-yard touchdown.
With the Browns backed up against their own end zone after stopping the New York Jets on downs, Beckham took a quick pass from Baker Mayfield and saw nothing but open space.
Jets safety Marcus Maye was the only person even close to stopping him, and he really didn't have much of a chance.
Did you catch the end of the clip? Beckham broke in his first touchdown as a Cleveland Brown with an "I'm home" celebration since he's back at MetLife.
Let's see. The Giants traded Beckham for a ham sandwich while Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams refused to admit he was a dynamic player earlier in the week.
There's a reason New York football has been an abomination since 2013, and the Browns finally look like they are coming out of their 20-year journey in the wilderness.