Photos: In Focus - Denzel Ward
Check out the best photos of Cornerback Denzel Ward
Photos: In Focus - Every Browns Touchdown of 2020
Check out a photo of every Browns touchdown scored during the 2020 season
Photos: In Focus - D'Ernest Johnson
Check out the best photos of Running Back D'Ernest Johnson during the 2020 season
Photos: In Focus - Ronnie Harrison
Check out the best photos of Safety Ronnie Harrison during the 2020 season
Photos: In Focus - Turnovers
The Browns forced 5 turnovers, tied for their most in a game this season and their most in a playoff game since 1968.
Photos: In Focus - Jarvis Landry
Jarvis Landry caught 8 passes for 143 yards in the Browns win. He set a season-high in that category and, of course, finally secured that first touchdown. He was Mayfield's go-to receiver on a considerable chunk of the Browns' third-down passing plays.
Photos: In Focus - Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt
Chubb, who last saw the field Week 4 in Dallas, resumed his normal workload and led the Browns with 126 yards on 19 carries. Kareem Hunt, who filled in admirably as the Browns' top running back while Chubb was sidelined, got tougher to tackle as the game unfolded and finished with 104 yards.
Photos: In Focus - Baker Mayfield
After an 0-for-5 start, Mayfield went 21-for-22 for 297 yards and five touchdowns with the lone incompletion coming on a clock-stopping spike on the Browns' game-winning touchdown drive. His completion streak of 21 blew away the Browns' franchise record, which was previously shared by Bernie Kosar and Kelly Holcomb, and his touchdowns were the most in a game by a Cleveland signal-caller in 13 years.
Photos: In Focus - Post Game Celebration
As players and coaches went through the tunnel and into the locker room after their win, smiles and fist bumps were shared among players, and the 12,000 fans roared in approval. The Browns had pushed their record to 4-1 for the first time since 1994, but it was who they beat — and the way they won — that made the feeling special.
Photos: In Focus - Odell Beckham Jr.
Odell Beckham Jr's performance included three touchdowns — two in the air and one on the ground — and 153 total yards for one of his best showings ever in a Browns uniform. The Cowboys couldn't contain Beckham in any fashion, and he was arguably the MVP of a win that moved the Browns to 3-1 for the first time since 2001.
Photos: In Focus - Takeaways
Cleveland's defense dominated quarterback Dwayne Haskins and Washington's offense with a 34-20 win that featured five turnovers — three interceptions and two fumble recoveries. All of them came at crucial times for the Browns, who generated points on four of the drives created by the turnovers and rode the defense for a fourth-quarter comeback.
Photos: In Focus - The Offensive Line
The Browns' revamped group of blockers overcame multiple injuries to deliver a performance that featured more than 200 rushing yards from Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt and zero sacks on Baker Mayfield, who had plenty of time to throw throughout Cleveland's 35-30 victory.