The Cleveland Browns finished off their impressive opening drive Sunday with an emphatic trick play in their Week 4 game at the Dallas Cowboys.
Wideout Jarvis Landry got the ball on a reverse from running back Nick Chubb, then fired a gorgeous left-handed pass to Odell Beckham Jr. for a 37-yard touchdown.
Last season, Beckham completed a 20-yard pass to Landry. Two years ago, Landry threw a 2-point conversion to quarterback Baker Mayfield. The pass to Beckham was longer than any reception Landry has had this season.
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Beckham has 20 career 30-yard reception touchdowns, tied with Kansas City’s Tyreek Hill for most since Beckham Jr. entered the NFL in 2014.
Watch the animation of the play, courtesy of NFL Next Gen Stats:
Landry is the first Browns wide receiver with a passing touchdown since Mohamed Massaquoi in 2010 against the Baltimore Ravens.
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