Wait, what? I'm crazy, right?
The Cleveland Browns took part in two of the 10 best games of the NFL season?!? I am out of my mind.
And, their two opponents in those games were the Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs.
I don't blame you if you think I'm crazy and stop reading this, but at least hear me out.
This game was INSANELY AWESOME to watch. I'm not even joking. Not a hint of sarcasm in my writing at all.
First off, it was a meaningless game. But, that didn't stop the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs from popping off and giving us one of the best games of the year.
Jerome Harrison became Jerome Harrison (picture his name in italics here) during this game.
286 yards and three TDs? From Jerome Harrison? Are you kidding me?
And, not only did he pop off, but his teammate Joshua Cribbs put the stamp on him being the best return man, maybe, ever. The kid took back two kickoffs for touchdowns. One was 100 yards. The other, eh, just 103 yards.
And, I haven't even mentioned Jamaal Charles yet. He rushed for 154 yards of his own.
Let's not forget that this game came down to the closing seconds, as well. So, not only did we have all the intrigue of the running back duel, but the game had a photo finish to boot.
And, who scored the winning touchdown. It was Harrison. One of his three on the day.
Matt Cassel threw for over 330 yards and made Chris Chambers look like a Pro Bowler.
Oh, and all that talk about how Brady Quinn might be ok. Eh, I don't think so, buddy.
His line: 10-for-17, 66 yards, 0 TDs, 2 INTs, a 27.7 rating.
Not good. I know he didn't have to be, but still, I could throw for a 27.7 rating without pads on...