4) Tale of two halves
Antonio Callaway had himself a roller coaster of a night, to say the least. The fourth-round pick started had his first catch wiped out by a holding penalty, had a drop and had zero catches on the first three targets that came his way. The second half was a different story as Callaway started showcasing the playmaking ability that made the Browns so comfortable trading Corey Coleman earlier this week. Callaway caught three passes in the second half, including that incredible toe-tapping reception above and a 54-yard TD later on. He finished with three catches for a team-high 87 yards and that lone score. For now, he’s still on the good side of the Browns brass despite getting cited for marijuana possession earlier in the week. If he can truly stay out of trouble, the sky is the limit for the Florida product.