Why not a pass from Hillis?

Browns RB Peyton Hillis has done it all this year, why not have him throw a touchdown pass?

The Browns dialed up the good ol’ running back-pass early against the Panthers, with Hillis trying to connect with TE Ben Watson. And well, that did not work out so well, as  it looked like your typical Donovan McNabb-like bounce pass. I would have called it the leader in the clubhouse for worst pass of the week, but Titans QB Rusty Smith topped it.

Coach Eric Mangini however, eventually realized that Hillis was one of the best backs in the league, and had Hillis bang it home from nine yards. Seriously, Browns. For those playing in leagues where touchdown passes count as four points, instead of six, that could be some serious business. Almost list worthy.

Oh well, at least the next time the Browns got into the red zone, there were no passes attempted as Hillis notched his second touchdown of the game quarter.

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