CLEVELAND — Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry took a pitch on a reverse and put what he had to some deep throw the sideline.

The consequence: A 63-yard completion to Breshad Perriman and also a jolt of energy into the Browns and their fans. The drama create the Browns’ second touchdown, which gave them a 13-0 lead on the Cincinnati Bengals. They led 16-0 at the half.

Baker Mayfield began the drama using a Hand off into Antonio Callaway operating right. Callaway subsequently pitched to Landry, who was moving left heavy in the backfield. Landry stopped only inside the hashmark, then took a step forward before starting a tight, line-drive spiral into Perriman.

The pass must be thrown as well as it was. Had Landry underthrown with a yard or 2, Shawn Williams could have been able to break it up.

As stated by NFL nextgen Stats, Landry’s throw needed a genuine air distance (point of release to grab ) of 56.2 yards, the maximum by any non-quarterback in the last two seasons. The previous long been a Mohamed Sanu touch down pass to Julio Jones (Atlanta) in Week 1-2 that had an atmosphere distance of 54.8 yards. Landry had previously thrown a pass for the Browns this season in an end-around.

Inside his career, Landry is 2-of-5; his prior completion was for 9 yards.

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