The Browns outgained the Jets by over 200 yards, but it wasn't enough as they lost 17-14 at FirstEnergy Stadium. DeShone Kizer threw and interception and lost a fumble before getting pulled out of halftime for Kevin Hogan. Hogan sparked the offense throw for 194 yards and two TDs. Cleveland turned the ball over three times on its way to 0-and-5. They're at the Texans on Sunday.
The silver lining coming from the Browns loss to the Jets was the debut of number-one overall pick Myles Garrett. The rookie pass rusher had a sack on his first snap and he finished with two of them. Garrett also had two QB hits and two tackles for loss.