We whetted your appetite last week by showing you our picks for the Browns' top 10 plays of 2014.
Now, it's your turn.
We couldn't reach a decision on which one was the best, but we're confident you can. Re-watch the highlights and cast your vote for the No. 1 play of the season. The winner will be unveiled on the Jan. 14 edition of "Inside the Cleveland Browns."
As a refresher, here are the 10 choices.
Week 2: Tashaun Gipson intercepts Drew Brees, returns it 62 yards for his second career touchdown to give Cleveland a 16-3 lead over the New Orleans Saints.
Week 5: Travis Benjamin catches a 6-yard touchdown pass with 1:09 to play, capping a 25-point comeback to beat the Tennessee Titans, 29-28.
Week 9: Joe Haden makes an acrobatic play to deflect Tampa Bay quarterback Mike Glennon's deep pass into the hands of safety Donte Whitner, who returns the interception 54 yards.
Week 9: Brian Hoyer drops back and waits patiently in the pocket while drifting to his left before finding Taylor Gabriel for a 34-yard touchdown to give the Browns the lead for good over Tampa Bay.
Week 12: Guarding Julio Jones, Haden makes a leaping interception of Matt Ryan on the first play of the second quarter in Cleveland's win at Atlanta.
Week 12: Isaiah Crowell takes a pitch, cuts left, stiff-arms an Atlanta defender, keeps his feet and charges into the end zone for a 26-yard touchdown run.
Week 13: Rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel caps a speedy, 80-yard touchdown drive with a 10-yard scramble for the score against Buffalo.
Week 14: Desmond Bryant hits Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Paul Kruger finishes off the sack and forces a fumble and linebacker Craig Robertson falls on it for a touchdown.
Week 14: Rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert intercepts Luck in Colts' territory, breaks a tackle and sprints to the other side of the field to score on the 23-yard return.
Week 16: Hoyer finds tight end Jordan Cameron wide open down the middle of the field, and Cameron does the rest on an 81-yard touchdown catch to put Cleveland ahead of Carolina in the fourth quarter.