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Of all the things I never thought I'd see in an NFL game, I definitely have to say that a birthing instructional video tops the list. 

The next time your kid asks how babies are born, you don't have to give them an awkward answer, instead, you can just pop in JuJu Smith-Schuster's touchdown celebration from Sunday and it will answer every question that kid might have. 

The gift of life! The gift of a touchdown!! 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/LbWtvFYr1P

— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) October 7, 2018

Potential kid questions: 

"Are all babies shaped like a football before they come out?"

"Do you have to wear a helmet to have a baby?" 

You know what, now that I'm thinking about this out loud, that video probably won't answer any questions at all and will likely only make the kid more confused, kind of like the Browns were probably confused when Greg Joseph's game-winning field goal against the Ravens somehow managed to go through the uprights.

Didn't think a 37-yard kick could be more dramatic than a 63-yard game-winning field goal, but Browns somehow managed to pull that off #Browns #Ravens pic.twitter.com/8SNH4RSsTD

— John Breech (@johnbreech) October 7, 2018

I'm still not sure if the Browns are the luckiest team in the NFL, the unluckiest team in the NFL or it if's just a combination of both. Based on the fact that they're basically six plays away from being 0-0-5, I'm going to go ahead and say it's a combination of both. 

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Although Joseph's field goal was ugly, it did go through the uprights, which is more than I can say for nearly everything that Mason Crosby kicked on Sunday. Watching Crosby was like watching an episode of Ghost Adventures. You know how they never find any ghosts, but you still watch? That was Crosby. By the midpoint of the game, you knew that his kicks weren't going to go in, but you had to keep watching for the sheer entertainment value of seeing what kind of faces the players on the Packers sideline would make after each miss.