Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III might have found his favorite receiver. For the second consecutive week, Griffin connected with Terrell Pryor on a long pass, but unlike in the preseason opener, this one went for a touchdown Thursday night against the Falcons.
A week after hitting Pryor on a 49-yard pass on the Browns' first play from scrimmage, Griffin threw a high-arching pass to Pryor for a 50-yard touchdown with 7:45 left in the first quarter against Atlanta.
Griffin wasn't done finding the end zone through the air. He floated a pass over the outstretched arms of Falcons defensive back Keanu Neal to hit Gary Barnidge for a 29-yard touchdown.
Griffin finished the night 6 of 8 for 96 yards and two touchdowns after being removed at halftime. He also added 36 yards on the ground. If Griffin can build off this performance, the Browns might have found their answer at quarterback.