It’s been a long time since Robert Griffin III ran for a touchdown, but he finally got into the end zone for a rushing score Sunday, his first in nearly two years.
Griffin III capped off a 10-play, 80-yard drive with a one-yard quarterback sneak to put the first points of the game on the board for the Cleveland Browns against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday.
The big play that got the Browns going was a 42-yard run by Isaiah Crowell.
Isaiah Crowell SPEEDS for a gain of 42!
— NFL (@NFL) December 11, 2016
The Browns will need a couple more touchdowns and some defensive stops to earn their first win of the season. After this touchdown, the score was still 20-7 in favor of the Bengals.