On his team's first offensive drive against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill unsuccessfully attempted a pass to reserve offensive lineman Aaron Brewer.
One quarter later, Baker Mayfield showed him how it was done.
With a Derrick Henry fumble giving the Browns the ball at the Titans' 21-yard line, Mayfield helped move the ball all the way to Tennessee's 1-yard line. On what marked a third and goal, Mayfield faked a handoff to running back Nick Chubb, before rolling out to find reserve offensive lineman Kendall Lamm, who had reported as eligible for the play, giving Cleveland a 17-0 lead.
The one-yard touchdown pass marked Mayfield's second score of the game. One drive earlier, the No. 1 pick of the 2018 NFL Draft had found wide receiver Jarvis Landry for a two-yard touchdown -- on the same drive that he caught a pass from Landry to convert a third-and-2.
With a win over the 8-3 Titans on Sunday, the 8-3 Browns would clinch their first winning season since 2007. A victory would also put Cleveland in a strong position to end the NFL's longest active playoff drought (17 years) with four games remaining on the schedule, beginning with a matchup against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football next week.
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