Quarterback Deshaun Watson posted one of his best games in a Cleveland Browns uniform over the weekend.
In a 27-0 win over Arizona, Watson was 19-for-30 passing, for 119 yards and two touchdowns, while adding 22 yards on the ground as well. One play in particular though, still has everyone talking.
With a little over eight and half minutes to play in the fourth quarter, the Browns were facing a third-and-six and looked to the air to pick it up.
Watson, took the snap, dropped, eluded some pressure and stepped up into a clean pocket to uncork a beautiful throw to Amari Cooper in double coverage, down the right sideline.
The ball was perfectly placed in Cooper’s breadbasket, who hauled it in and was tackled three yards shy of the end zone.