Cleveland Browns coach Freddie Kitchens broke out a strange play call late on Sunday night in their 20-13 loss to the Los Angeles Rams and failed miserably, a move that left fans extremely confused.
On a fourth-and-9 early in the fourth quarter, with the Browns down four points, Kitchens called for a draw, attempting to have running back Nick Chubb run for the first down out of the shotgun and keep their drive alive.
Chubb made it just 2 yards before he was brought down.
In fact, it’s so unusual that it was the first time a draw play has been called on a fourth-and-9 or longer since ESPN started video tracking in the NFL.
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