Odell Beckham Jr Needed a scoring Lobby and Myles Garrett recorded three sacks since the Cleveland Browns Submitted a victory on Monday night.
Baker Mayfield completed 19-of-35 passes for 325 yards and the touchdown. Beckham displaying came in MetLife Stadium, the place before being traded to the Browns through the offseason, he called home.
Nick Chubb added a rushing touchdown and Austin Seibert kicked three field goals for Cleveland (1-1), who inexplicably rebounded from a season-opening 43-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans.
New York (0-2) posted 262 bare metres without starting quarterback Sam Darnold (mononucleosis) and lost fill-in Trevor Siemian to an injured left ankle with 7:47 left in the next quarter. Siemian has been 3-of-6 passing for 3 yards before exiting.
Luke Falk finished passes for 198 yards and completed the game.
Le’Veon Bell rushed for 68 yards on 21 carries and caught 10 passes for 61 more as New York suffered their seventh consecutive home setback.
The Browns, who’d 375 bare yards, scored the game’s first 13 points while taking control.
Seibert kicked field goals of 23 and 48 yards in the first quarter, and Chubb scored through the side on a jog to allow it to 13-0 with 10:16 left in sunlight.
Siemian was injured about two-and-a-half minutes later when he had been hit by Garrett after throwing a incompletion. Siemian’s feet pressed into his leg as he felt that the brunt of the weight of his body plus Garrett’s body weight falling on him, twisted and the turf.
Falk went and entered the Jets with to Sam Ficken field goal.
Seibert booted a 43-yard field outside as time expired to give Cleveland a half-time lead that was 16-3.
The major drama to Beckham all but assured the Browns’ success. Cleveland were at their own 11-yard line when Mayfield hit a wide-open Beckham in the 22 with a brief throw. Beckham led upfield and outran four New York leading players with.
Beckham created an abysmal one-handed reception at the opening quarter to set up Seibert field goal.
Even the Browns host the Los Angeles Rams (2-0) at the wee hours of Monday morning (1:20am), live on Sky Sports Action, in their second right prime-time game.
The Jets travel to Foxboro to confront AFC rivals the New England Patriots (2-0) on Sunday at 6pm.
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