McCown, Surprising Jets Soar Past Winless Browns, 17-14

  • McCown, Surprising Jets Soar Past Winless Browns, 17-14

McCown, Surprising Jets Soar Past Winless Browns, 17-14

Despite the loss, Browns fans have to feel good about Myles Garrett's debut performance.

He elicited an even bigger cheer just a few minutes later.

The Jets got risky last week with a fake punt, but Brant Boyer ultimately felt the (successful) punt was still not properly executed given the delay of game on the ensuing FG attempt.

The Jets were facing a third-and-5 from their own 31-yard line on the opening series when Garrett blew past Jets guard James Carpenter and dropped the veteran quarterback.

"One of my teammates said that's something out of a book or movie script".

"It is exciting", Garrett said. But he has shown an ability to move around and outside the pocket to make plays.

Eight plays later, the Jets iced things with a 24-yard touchdown from quarterback Josh McCown to Jermaine Kearse.

When the National Football League schedule came out in April, many looked at the Jets-Browns Week 5 matchup as one that could possibly decide the top pick in next year's draft.

Because of his lack of practice and game preparation, the 6-foot-4 1/2, 272-pound Garrett will likely be on a "pitch count" against the Jets, said Jackson.

Garrett, who missed Cleveland's first four games with a high ankle sprain, sat out the first two plays before recording a sack on his first snap.

With his future growing cloudy, Jackson opened the second half with Hogan, who came into training camp as the team's forgotten No. 4 quarterback.

As thrilled as the Browns are to have Garrett back, linebacker Christian Kirksey hopes expectations are kept in check.

"I did see it at times in different moments where you could tell that it weighed on him, but in front of the guys, he never blinked". They ultimately missed the field goals from 45-yards.

"You try to forget it". "Myles is going out there with an attitude that he wants to play and he wants to play really, really well". "That is today, obviously", Gonzalez said. The funds from such donations will be go toward school uniforms and supplies, the team said. We're definitely going to be closer this week, but let's get through practice and make sure there are no hiccups that way.

The Jets (3-2) regained the lead, 10-7, before the quarter ended when they cashed in an interception by cornerback Morris Claiborne, who returned the ball 28 yards to the Browns 13. "You look at it".