Browns highlight: Keenum to Landry touchdown pass

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  • Cleveland Browns
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  • Jarvis Landry
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  • Case Keenum
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The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals squared off in Week 18 in a game that neither team is playing the full complement of players. The Bengals left QB Joe Burrow and DT D.J. Reader at home while the Browns placed some players on injured reserve this week including QB Baker Mayfield who played last week.

The start of the game was a struggle for both offenses with just over 50 yards combined through more than half of the first quarter. Late in the quarter, Cleveland’s offense got moving starting with a long reception by Donovan Peoples-Jones and some good runs by Nick Chubb.

That drive ended with the first score of the game with Case Keenum hitting Jarvis Landry on a crossing route. The Cincinnati defender fell down and Landry waltzed into the endzone:

The drive included 79 yards for the Browns offense after both teams struggled to gain that amount combined.

Cleveland took the 7-0 lead with just under a minute left in the first quarter.