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In the second quarter of this quite forgettable affair, the Browns ran a trick play (video above) that involved two forward passes.
» At the snap, Cribbs takes the snap and flips it to Wallace, motioning left. Forward pass No. 1.
» McCoy then enters stage left and receives Wallace's lateral. Colt then proceeds to whip it to Wallace 21 yards downfield. Forward pass No. 2, a football no-no.
"The first exchange (Cribbs to Wallace) was practiced all week as a handoff. Three times," Pat Shurmur told The Plain Dealer. "In the game, it got flipped. That kind of stuff happens all the time. I was well aware what happened. And I know the rules."