In 1959, the Browns and Steelers squared off on November 22 in one of the greatest games in the history of the rivalry. Ray Renfro, one of the most dominant Cleveland receivers of all time, hauled in 3 touchdowns with a total of 161 yards.
Of course, the Browns lost 21-20 on a late TD pass from Gern Naegler to Bobby Layne.
Nevertheless, someone decided that Renfro's performance merited a commemorative lamp, natch. Just $4.95 right now with only one bid, it's ripe for the taking.
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