Jets - Browns: NFL Week 5 score highlights

Jets - Browns: NFL Week 5 score highlights”

The New York Jets enter Sunday's matchup against the Cleveland Browns with a chance to notch an unlikely third straight win.

Those turnovers were the fourth and fifth for the Browns in the red zone this season, an National Football League high.

"I would love to see that happen", Jackson said. He might be at the point in his young career when taking a step back and observing might help him learn and get refreshed. "Usually, you feel crappy on Monday and you are able to watch the game and make the corrections, and by the time Tuesday comes around, you are focused on the next opponent".

"Myles has to walk out there and just play", Jackson said. "We have to be smart about our expectations of him this weekend".

Garrett was noticeably limping on the sideline as the second half wore on.

"I think he will have a lot of impact", Shelton said. Of course, that meant that Kevin Hogan would come in to try to win the game. They're minus-five in turnover differential, even worse than the Jets' minus-three figure. The Jets had an impressive performance on the ground, rushing for 256 yards as a team, and they will look to keep that going into Week 5 against the Browns. In their last two victories, they are only giving up 14 points per game and averaging over 6.0 yards per play on offense.

Jets linebacker Demario Davis, who played for the Browns last season, enters Sunday's game with 40 total tackles, second to Chargers' Jatavis Brown (41) in league. The two might handle the bulk of the carries again.

The Jets expanded their lead to 17-7 with a 97-yard drive early in the fourth quarter, capped off by a 24-yard touchdown pass from McCown to wide receiver Jermaine Kearse. Rookie Elijah McGuire had 93 yards, including a 69-yard TD - marking the fifth time teammates each rushed for scores of at least 69 yards in the same game.

"It's special", he said about the prospect of a Game 1 sack. The run game couldn't be found, especially after Bilal Powell went down with a calf injury.

This season, with a rookie second-round pick at QB, Jackson's Browns are attempting a ridiculous 39.4 passes per contest. Fans may not have enough fingers to count the dropped passes by Britt. That will put a smile on the faces of everyone in the Jets' secondary.

Following the Jets' opening three-and-out, the Browns also punted after three plays to put Garrett and the Cleveland defense back on the field.

The Jets defense has found its groove these two weeks.

"I always want more (plays)", the 21-year-old Texan said. He's not looking for revenge. ". He really has had a very good week".

The Jets haven't exactly toppled quarterback titans during their three-game winning streak (Jay Cutler, Blake Bortles and these Browns guys). "When he's around the guys, he's the same person and brings the same energy, and I have no doubt he'll continue to do that".

"When you get in the scoring zone, things get compacted a little bit, so maybe we are not seeing some things we need to see down there as clearly as we need to", he said.

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