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September 16, 2019

Cleveland Browns v New York Jets
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On Monday Night Football, the Jets were helpless as they were down to their third quarterback for most of the game. Despite the offensive struggles, the Browns got some early field goals and a big play in the second half to come away with the 23-3 victory.

The Browns received the ball to begin the game, and on their first drive, WR Odell Beckham made a tremendous one-hand catch down the sideline for 33 yards, down to the 4 yard line. However, Cleveland couldn’t get it into the end zone, and Beckham was removed from the game on third down because the visor on his helmet didn’t comply with league rules. Cleveland settled for a 23-yard field goal by K Austin Seibert to take a 3-0 lead. (READ MORE) by

Cleveland Browns v New York Jets
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On a day in which the Jets were compromised by health issues to many of their best players, the paper thin depth of the team reared its ugly head. Second string quarterback Trevor Siemian started for the Jets and couldn’t get anything going on offense before going out with an ankle injury. Luke Falk, making his NFL debut, replaced Siemian and managed to lead a short field goal drive in which Le’Veon Bell did all the work. Those would be the only three points the Jets scored all night in a dismal offensive showing. (READ MORE) by

Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb (24) dives into the end zone for a touchdown against the New York Jets.
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John Dorsey nervously chewed his gum.

It was the third quarter. The general manager of the Cleveland Browns peered through his binoculars inside the press box at MetLife Stadium. He set them down, then patted his fists. “Let’s go,” he mouthed, audible enough to hear from a few feet away. His team was up 13 points, but the New York Jets, down to their third quarterback, were battling back. They crept up to the Browns’ 13-yard line. It was fourth down. (READ MORE) by Lorenzo Reyes | USA TODAY

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