Deshaun Watson’s signature Browns moment cost him dearly.
Watson will miss the rest of the season with a broken bone in his shoulder, the team announced Wednesday after the quarterback led the Browns to an electric 33-31 comeback win over the Ravens on Sunday.
Watson, 28, took multiple hard hits in the game and also suffered a high-ankle sprain.
Watson had already missed several games earlier in the season with a shoulder injury.
The Browns (6-3) are tied for second in the AFC North but even in the loss column with the Ravens, and own the sixth seed in the AFC playoffs.