The play came on the receiver's only target of the game. On the season, he has 319 receiving yards on 23 catches and four total touchdowns.
However, he appeared in all 16 games for Cleveland last year and tallied 74 catches for 1,035 yards and four touchdowns. It was the fifth time he topped 1,000 yards in a season, underscoring his status as one of the best wide receivers in the league.
Cleveland's ceiling as a dangerous offense is much lower when Beckham is not on the field, but it does have other options.
Jarvis Landry will likely be the No. 1 wide receiver with No. 13 sidelined, and Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones both made key plays in the win over the Bengals after Beckham exited.
Higgins topped 100 yards, and Peoples-Jones hauled in the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds. The Browns will need them to make similar plays if they are going to remain in the AFC playoff picture without their top wideout.