Cleveland Browns rookie tight end David Njoku showed off some Odell Beckham Jr.-level one-handed skills Sunday against the New York Jets.
After the Browns benched rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer in favor of Kevin Hogan (again), the former Stanford product found Njoku right in front of the front left pylon early in the second half. Njoku, who got loose after getting pretty physical with his would-be defender, reached out with one hand and hauled in the score.
One hand. 👋
— NFL (@NFL) October 8, 2017
We weren’t the only people impressed by this beautiful play.
This score gave Cleveland its first lead of the season, 7-3, with roughly a quarter-and-a-half left in the game.