The Cleveland Browns just won an National Football League regular season game on Sunday for the first time in more than 1,000 days - 1,029 days, to be exact.
But after Greg Joseph's field goal attempt tumbled through with two seconds left on the overtime game clock, Jackson went from celebration to worrying about that two seconds, holding up two fingers to signify the time remaining. This was the third overtime contest for the Browns this season (they've played five games).
This kick in overtime was good, though.
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After rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield drove the Browns (2-2-1) into position, Joseph, who was signed after Week 2 following Zane Gonzalez's release, somehow lined his kick through the uprights to give Cleveland its first AFC North win in 19 tries.
The 1-2-1 Browns will host the 3-1 Baltimore Ravens in a surprisingly intriguing Week 5 matchup.