Cleveland Browns wide receiver Amari Cooper had a breakout performance against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night, catching five passes for 131 yards and a touchdown. He also had an outstanding interception.
The Browns called Cooper a trick that allowed him to throw a touchdown pass. That resulted in an easy interception for Bengals Safety Vonn Bell.
After the Browns’ win on Monday night, Cooper commented on his first career interception.
“It was an abomination,” Cooper told reporters. “It was terrible … don’t let me throw any more passes.”
Cooper said his interception Monday night gave him a new appreciation for quarterbacks.
“I was very excited,” Cooper added. “I’ve seen him on film a few times. It was bad. A lot of respect to Jacoby and the other quarterbacks out there for having a touch position. I will just insist on opening.”
Cooper has been great for the Browns this season. He already has more than 550 yards and five touchdowns.
That being said, the Browns may want to refrain from calling tricks with Cooper.