Jarvis Landry scores first career Playoff TD, giving Cleveland early double-digit lead over Pittsburgh
In Sunday night’s Wild Card Weekend finale, everything is coming up Cleveland. The Browns have an early multi-score lead – in the first quarter.
Cleveland’s first touchdown came on a bad snap that sailed over Ben Roethlisberger. The Browns’ second TD came via Baker Mayfield to Jarvis Landry, the first playoff score in the former LSU standout’s seven-season professional career.
It was a 45-yard scoring play, as you can see in the clip below:
Baker Mayfield connects with Jarvis Landry for a TD!!! pic.twitter.com/1bArkdS33x
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Cleveland has tacked on another touchdown and extra point, going up 21-0 on the Steelers in the first quarter with a scoring run by Kareem Hunt.
The strong start certainly bodes well for Landry and company.
This is the first time the Browns have scored 14 points in the first quarter of a playoff game since the 1954 NFL Championship when they defeated the Lions 56-10 (led 14-3 end 1).
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