CLEVELAND -- Preseason games in the NFL may not count for much. But that doesn't make some of the highlights any less impressive.
With that in mind, here are the five best plays from the Cleveland Browns' 30-10 victory over the Washington Redskins on Thursday night:
5. Greedy gets Greedy
Following a miscommunication with fellow rookie Sheldrick Redwine that resulted in a 46-yard Case Keenum touchdown pass to Robert Davis, Greedy Williams' preseason debut initially seemed as though it would be a forgettable one. But it didn't take long for the highest pick in the Browns' 2019 draft class to bounce back.
With 1:22 remaining in the first half, Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins dropped back at Cleveland's 47-yard line and targeted tight end Matt Flanagan downfield. Only the Ohio State product's pass attempt was picked off by Williams, who stepped in front of the throw to record the first interception of his preseason career.
4. Rashard Higgins' juke move
Tallying five receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown, Rashard Higgins provided plenty of highlights on Thursday night. But perhaps his most impressive came on a 38-yard catch and run off a pass from Drew Stanton in which the fourth-year wideout used a juke move to get past safety Deshazor Everett and set the Browns offense up at Washington's 1-yard line.
3. Six for 6
For impressive as Higgins' juke move was, it's worth noting that Cleveland failed to capitalize on the opportunity with running back Dontrell Hilliard fumbling the ball away on a fourth-down run. Fortunately for the Browns, they already laid claim to a 7-0 lead thanks to Baker Mayfield's 7-play, 89-yard drive, which he capped with a 24-yard touchdown throw to Higgins in what would be the Browns' starting quarterback's only game action of the night.
2. Mack Wilson's pick-6
Over the course of the past few weeks of Training Camp, rookie linebacker Mack Wilson has made a habit of getting in the way of passes. And on Thursday, he parlayed that skill from the practice field to FirstEnergy Stadium, where he intercepted not one, but two passes, including a second-quarter Haskins attempt, which he returned 40 yards for a touchdown.
1. Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi's touchdown return
With just a little more than three minutes remaining in the game and the Browns already laying claim to a comfortable two-touchdown lead, Cleveland's highlights for the night appeared to have come to an end.
Then Washington punter Tress Way booted a punt into the arms of Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi, who burst straight toward the end zone for what was ultimately an 86-yard touchdown return that doubled as the highlight of the night.
The excitement surrounding Sheehy-Guiseppi's punt return score was twofold.
On the one hand, the 24-year-old kick returner possesses one of the best backstories in football, having essentially talked his way into a tryout with the Browns after two years away from organized football.
On the other -- I mean, just watch the play again. He's really, really fast.