Cleveland Browns Nail 39-Yard Flea Flicker for TD Against Kansas City Chiefs

Bleacher Report
Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistOctober 27, 2013

Already down 13-0 late in the second quarter, the Cleveland Browns decided to pull out a trick play against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Jason Campbell, who is the Browns' third starting quarterback of the season, led the flea flicker. Once he got the ball back from his running back, Campbell hit receiver Josh Gordon with an excellent 39-yard pass that got Cleveland on the board.

Despite the team's offensive struggles early in the game, this play put them right back in it.


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