Cleveland led 26-14 in the fourth quarter. Tom Brady and the Patriots then engineered a quick drive with less than two minutes left that ended with a Julian Edleman touchdown. Then it was time for the onside kick. It worked.
On the ensuing drive, on first-and-10 from the Cleveland 30-yard line, the refs called a dubious pass interference call on the Browns.
That put the Patriots at the one-yard line with 35 seconds left. But Brady and Co. didn't need 35 seconds. He hit Danny Amendola on the right outside corner of the end zone for a touchdown.
The two-point conversion failed, but the damage was done. Cleveland's upset bid ended thusly, in the most Browns way possible.