With their decisive win this weekend against Indianapolis, the Cleveland Browns move to 4-1 on the season for the 1st time since 1994.
With some effective PA-passing on their 1st drive, the Browns marched down in chunks to the red-zone, but couldn't punch it in. Cody Parkey came out to kick the FG. (3-0)
On a gutsy call to go for it on 4th down, the Colts drew up the perfect play for a walk-in TD by Jonathan Taylor. (3-7)
Jarvis Landry was a workhorse on this Browns drive, catching a pass on the helmet of a Colts defender and finding open space for another huge reception. This time Cleveland found the end-zone, as Kareem Hunt rose up for the TD grab. (10-7)
A diving catch by Ashton Dulin puts the Colts at the 20-yard line. They can't convert on 3rd down but punch in the field goal. (10-10)
Odell Beckham makes a circus catch to help the Browns for a big gain.
Baker finds WR Rashard Higgins to take the lead. (17-10)
Browns drive, run clock, and kick a FG to go into halftime up 20-10.
Philip Rivers, trying to get some points on the board, forces a throw to and into the waiting arms of S Ronnie Harrison. Harrison takes it the other way for the TD. (27-10)
Right after, Colts KR Isaiah Rodgers returns the kickoff for a 101-yard TD. (27-17)
On 2nd and 14, Baker Mayfield throws a pick, opening the door for a Colts comeback.
Colts reward the TO with three points and make it a one-possession game. (27-17)
A nice punt by Browns P Jamie Gillan puts the Colts on their own 4-yard line.
DE Myles Garrett bullrushes and forces Philip Rivers to throw away the ball in his own end-zone, leading to an intentional grounding call and a safety. (29-20)
Rivers throws another pick on the Colts next drive, this time to Sheldrick Redwine.
Mayfield throws a bad ball and has it intercepted by MLB Anthony Walker.
Rodrigo Blankenship caps off the drive with a 25-yard field goal. (29-23)
On their last drive, the Browns get back to the run game, and D'Ernest Johnson picks up a crucial 1st-down to close out the game.
A true team win moved Cleveland to 4-1, setting up a huge divisional game next Sunday against the 4-0 Steelers.
The Colts move to 3-1, firmly holding on to second place in the AFC South.