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Browns vs. Jets: TV Channel, livestream in Canada
It’s safe to say that Week 1 didn’t go according to plan for the Cleveland Browns or New York Jets after both suffered disappointing losses — in different fashions.
The Browns were simply outplayed by the Tennessee Titans in a 43-13 loss at home, despite the hype after Baker Mayfield’s first season and Odell Beckham Jr.’s addition. Meanwhile, the Jets blew a 16-point lead in the second half, inevitably 17-16 to division rivals Buffalo. New York’s only successful offensive weapons in Week 1 were newcomers Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Jamison Crowder.
Last season, the Cleveland defeated the Jets in Week 3, a game no Browns fan will soon forget. It was the team’s first victory in 635 days, ending a 19-game winless streak. Mayfield replaced injured quarterback Tyrod Taylor in the second quarter and in his debut, he led the Browns to a come-from-behind 21-17 win.
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Both teams are on a mission — a mission to not start the season 0-2 after blockbuster offseason acquisitions and with second-year franchise quarterbacks. However, Sam Darnold will not be under center for New York; the 22-year-old quarterback will reportedly miss this week, and possibly more, with an illness.
Regardless, the franchise similarities are uncanny. Both teams were expected to make monumental strides on offense in 2019 but neither team showcased that success in Week 1. Both teams welcomed new head coaches — Freddy Kitchens in Cleveland, Adam Gase in New York — who were destined to improve upon unproductive teams. It will be at least a week before we see them take another shot at proving doubters wrong.
Beckham Jr. led the Browns with 71 yards receiving last week but has yet to record his first score with his new squad. The same cannot be said for Bell, who reached the end zone on a pass from Darnold in the third quarter. He also caught the two-point conversation pass from Darnold to make the score 16-0. Crowder paced the team in targets (17), receptions (14) and yards (99) in his debut in green and white.
Half of the Jets’ points in their loss to the Bills came from the defense. Newly-acquired linebacker C.J. Mosley intercepted a pass from Josh Allen and returned it for the first touchdown of the season. He later left the game with a groin injury but is expected back against the Browns. Later in the first half, the Jets defense scored again when Jordan Jenkins and Brian Poole combined to record a safety, totaling eight points from the defense in the team’s 16-point effort.
Cleveland jumped on the board early with a well-executed 88-yard drive, ending in a touchdown but other than that, it was a game of catch up and they failed. Mayfield’s three fourth-quarter interceptions certainly did not help the cause. The first came early in the fourth quarter as the team neared mid-field, down 22-13. Two scores down with a quarter left is no easy task but after the Titans scored a touchdown with a short field following the pick, it was all but over.
In a contest that could come down to the end, both teams experienced trouble in the kicking department. New York kicker Kaare Vedvik (who has since been waived by the team) missed an extra point and a field goal in Sunday’s loss. The Jets held a tryout and signed Sam Ficken. Browns kicker Austin Seibert missed one of two extra-point attempts in Week 1.
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Browns vs. Jets head-to-head stats
Le’Veon Bell has recorded a touchdown in his last five game, dating all the way back to 2017. He’s tied with four other players with the longest active touchdown streak in the league.
The Jets have lost six straight home games. If they fall to Cleveland, it would be the team’s second-longest streak behind a 13-game home losing streak between 1995 and 1997.
With 96 yards on Monday night, Browns running back Nick Chubb could be second-highest in rushing yards through 18 games in franchise history, behind only Jim Brown.
The Browns lead the all-time series 14-12. The Jets had won five of their last six showdowns.