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Jets vs. Browns: Highlights, game tracker and more

09 Octobre 2017

"But it's just about maintaining your focus", said Garrett, whose parents will travel from their home in Arlington, Texas, to attend the game at FirstEnergy Stadium. "We did that for the past few weeks, and we just wanted to build off those weeks into that game, and that's exactly what we did".

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With under two minutes to play in the first half, Garrett brought down NY quarterback Josh McCown for his second sack.

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

Garrett can change those numbers in a hurry if he turns out to be the pass rusher the Browns hope he becomes. I can move; I can run; and I can bend.

Garrett recorded his second sack with 1:53 left in the second half.

- New York Jets safety Terrence Brooks has two interceptions through four games this season. Browns coach Hue Jackson said Garrett will be on a pitch count agaisnt the Jets.

Browns rookie kicker Zane Gonzalez missed field goals in the second quarter from 52 and 39, keeping the Browns scoreless.

Garrett admitted afterward his ankle was sore but vowed it would get better with time.

"It took me three years and two teams", New York's quarterback said. Just like every other game, the Jets defense needs to play a good game and that starts with getting to Kizer.

Gonzalez, the seventh-round rookie, missed kicks from 52 and 39 yards. "It's nice to have stats, but you have to get the dub (W) at the end of the day". "That is today, obviously", Gonzalez said. They're minus-five in turnover differential, even worse than the Jets' minus-three figure. At least three of those interceptions were the fault of his receivers who failed to hold on, but Kizer has also seen several passes go in and out of the hands of opposing defensive backs.

Week 5's visit to Cleveland presents another entirely winnable game against the Browns (0-4), who've won one game since the start of 2016.

Jackson had praised Kizer's play in a loss in Indianapolis, and said aside from a couple errors was "lights out" in a 31-7 loss to the Bengals. "You look at it". "He's a force. We're going to have to make sure that we take care of him and not let him ruin the game".

Jets vs. Browns: Highlights, game tracker and more