Jarvis Landry Steals the Show in Browns Blowout Victory Over Dolphins

(Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

CLEVELAND, OH -- Jarvis Landry could not wait to get a little revenge against his former team, who decided not to offer Landry a long-term contract extension before dealing him to the Browns. Landry roped in 10 receptions on 13 targets for 148 receiving yards and two touchdowns in route to a 51-24 victory over the visiting Miami Dolphins.

A week after breaking the 1000 yards rushing mark, Browns' running back Nick Chubb continued his dominance as he was relied upon heavily. Chubb grinded out 21 carries for 106 rushing yards and a touchdown, and was also effective in the passing game bringing in 3 catches for 58 yards. Baker Mayfield picked the Miami defense apart on his way to 327 total passing yards, and three interceptions, finding Jarvis Landry twice and Odell Beckham Jr once.

Following the indefinite suspension of Browns start defensive end Myles Garrett, the Browns defense needed someone to step up. That someone is middle linebacker Joe Schobert, who picked off Ryan Fitzpatrick twice, and has four picks in two weeks. Also stepping up in a big way was defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, who sacked the quarterback twice and forced a fumble.

The Cleveland Browns have now won three consecutive games and will now get prepared a tough away game in Pittsburgh. The Browns and Steelers will clash for the second time this season on Sunday December 1st, kickoff set for 1:00 pm ET at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Check out highlights and Coach Kitchen's postgame speech from today's game below!

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content