The Browns were without a number of offensive weapons in Sunday’s game against the Jets, so they needed all the help they could get from their defense.
They appeared to get exactly that late in the first half of the game, when Myles Garrett blew by his man, then hit Sam Darnold’s arm on a pass play. The ball came loose, and the Browns ran it in for a touchdown.
But the referees ruled that it was an incomplete pass, even though it didn’t look to be.
The play was reviewed, but the initial ruling was not overturned, although it probably should have been. Looked like a fumble-six to us.