For the second straight season, two Browns jerseys went directly from a memorable road win straight to Canton.
Jerseys worn by quarterback Josh McCown and tight end Gary Barnidge in Cleveland's 33-30 overtime victory at Baltimore are currently on display at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Both players set a bevy of franchise records in the victory that saw the Browns come back twice from double-digit Baltimore leads.
McCown threw for a franchise record 457 yards and became the first player in team history to throw for more than 300 yards in three consecutive games. His 1,154 passing yards over the past three games is a Browns record for a three-game span, surpassing the 1,038 totaled by Brian Sipe in 1980.
Barnidge recorded career highs in receptions (eight) and receiving yards (139) against the Ravens. He became the first Browns tight end since Ozzie Newsome in 1983 to catch a touchdown in three consecutive games. He also joined Newsome in the record books as the first Cleveland tight end to catch six or more passes in three straight games.
Last year, jerseys worn by Travis Benjamin and Brian Hoyer were displayed at the Pro Football Hall of Fame after the Browns' historic come-from-behind win at Tennessee. The Browns overcame the largest road deficit in NFL history to beat the Titans.