The Browns won again and it appears not even their coach can believe it.
Cleveland topped the Baltimore Ravens Sunday on a game-winning 37-yard Greg Joseph field goal in the final seconds of overtime. Immediately after, the camera cut to Hue Jackson, who was raising two fingers in the air, appearing to signal to his team that their were two seconds still on the clock, not realizing the kick had ended the game.
— NFL (@NFL) October 7, 2018
Did Hue Jackson not realize that ended the game? He held up 2 fingers to signify 2 seconds on the clock???
— Doug Kezirian (@DougESPN) October 7, 2018
My favorite part after the OT game-winning FG for Cleveland…Hue Jackson, some of the officials and a few players didn’t realize the game was over because there was still 2 seconds on the clock. It’s OT kids, game over
— Patrick Netherton (@PTNetherton) October 7, 2018
Hue Jackson, I’m dead serious, doesn’t know the Overtime rules. He didn’t realize his team had just won the game. #Browns
— Matt Dery (@DerySpeaks) October 7, 2018
Hue Jackson held up 2 fingers signaling 2 secs left in @Browns OT after kicking the game winning field goal. Also botched the end of regulation by not using a timeout with 30 secs left. How does he have a head coaching job in the #NFL?
— Scott Senkier (@scottsenk) October 7, 2018
The only other explanation here is for Jackson to be showing everyone how many wins the Browns have now, which is even more sad of a reasoning.