The Cleveland Browns looked like a completely different team against the Vikings. Less than a week after trading away running back Trent Richardson, the Browns' offense put up more points in the first half on Sunday (24) than they had in their first two games combined (16).
The most exciting play in the Browns' early scoring spree was a fake field goal in the second quarter that resulted in an 11-yard touchdown pass. Facing 4th and 2 on Minnesota's 11-yard line, the Browns brought out the field goal unit. Punter Spencer Lanning, the holder on the play, took the snap and then stood up. Pivoting to his right, Lanning threw a touchdown pass to tight end Jordan Cameron, who was all alone at the far right end of the formation.
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