The Browns offense moved the ball pretty well in the first half, especially on the ground with the offense gaining 90 total yards on the ground. "My job as quarterback here is to do whatever I can to help win and it's tough to do that when you aren't in the game due to poor performance".
The Browns were facing a fourth-and-2 at the Jets 4, trailing 10-7 with 13:03 left when Jackson shunned a field goal from about 21 yards to go for the first down that might lead to a touchdown. "We've won three games". Green had a hand in three turnovers that kept it close, but the receiver also pulled off a 77-yard touchdown and another long catch that set up a score for host Cincinnati.
New York's first three-game winning streak since 2015 has the Jets flying high.
Maybe the players just needed some home cooking, because upon returning home, the Jets beat the Miami Dolphins 20-6 and then the Jacksonville Jaguars 23-20.
With under two minutes to play in the first half, Garrett brought down NY quarterback Josh McCown for his second sack.
Though the Jets have been hot over the past two weeks as the Browns have struggled, I truly believe Garrett is the key to Cleveland showing more promise.
It was just enough for the occasion, though, and was the difference Sunday in a 17-14 victory over the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium for the tied-for-first-place, not-tanking 3-2 Jets.
"When you are 0-4 and statistically one of the worst quarterbacks out there right now, you have to figure out where you are headed", Kizer said Wednesday. The Browns handed the ball to Crowell, who was stopped for one yard, turning the ball over on downs. Hogan threw a 41-yard touchdown pass to Duke Johnson with 1:49 remaining. Somebody that can continue to raise the bar for our team. "We are 0-5, and we have to go find a way to win a game".
Jackson's decision to go for it on fourth down and his benching of Kizer will be the big topics this week. Britt is listed as doubtful with knee and groin injuries, leaving the Browns with an uncertain receiver rotation this week.
In his National Football League debut, the first overall pick of the draft charged through New York's offensive line and dropped Jets quarterback Josh McCown for an eight-yard loss, pulling the plug on Gang Green's opening drive.
The Browns benched the former Notre Dame quarterback today.
The game was scoreless until Chandler Catanzaro kicked a 57-yard field goal for the Jets on the final play of the first half to cap a six-play, 32-yard drive. Defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah continued to make things happen and cornerback Jason McCourty had an interception.
Jackson said after the game he wanted to watch the game film before deciding on next week's quarterback starter.
It turned for good when the Jets took advantage of the stop by launching a massive eight-play, 97-yard drive that led to a 17-7 lead.
The Jets on Sunday gained 212 yards, their fewest under third-year coach Todd Bowles.
On his first trip back to Cleveland, Josh McCown experienced something new - and something unexpected.