No Trent Richardson, no problem for the Cleveland Browns. Early in the fourth quarter, the Browns have held their own and remained competitive against the Minnesota Vikings, even with a greatly depleted offense consisting of a recently signed Willis McGahee and backup quarterback Brian Hoyer. Of course, they've had to get a little creative along the way. One such moment came when the Browns faked an easy chip shot field goal and found a wiiiiiiiiiide open Jordan Cameron for a touchdown.  

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[via Bleacher Report