Tight end Gary Barnidge, No. 82, of the Cleveland Browns carries the ball against cornerback Kendall Fuller, No. 38, of the Washington Redskins in the fourth quarter at FedExField on Oct. 2, 2016, in Landover, Md.
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On Sunday the Cleveland Browns took on the Washington Redskins, and with the game still up in the air, Browns running back Duke Johnson fumbled the football. Within seconds of fumbling, Johnson emerged from the pile holding the ball in the air. The refs, however, claimed that the Redskins recovered the ball. At the time Johnson fumbled, the Browns were driving and down 24-20. The Redskins would win the game 31-20, but the internets just won't chill.

On Monday several folks posted what appears to be clear evidence that the Browns recovered the ball.

The NFL claims that there wasn't a clear angle showing who recovered the ball, but Browns fans clearly know who came up with the ball.