Even the injury-hit New York Jets host the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football, exclusively live on Sky Sports Action.
Here is what to expect…
After all of the hype, enthusiasm, and talk enclosing the rejuvenated Browns (0-1) that offseason, they had been obliterated in Week One, falling 43-13 to the Tennessee Titans in your home.
Baker Mayfield was outspoken about the’matchups’ he enjoyed against Tennessee, however, he has kept himself from the headlines this past week. After throwing three interceptions in the opener how will he bounce back?
The Jets (0-1) had lots of excitement heading into this season, and having a 16-0 third-quarter guide over Buffalo in game one, they looked to be following through. However, the week that followed, and the rest of that game , were nightmares.
New York dropped that game 17-16, and they’ve lost quarterback Sam Darnold, big defensive free-agent signing CJ Mosley, and also pick Quinnen Williams to illness and injury. Actually All-Pro runner Le’Veon Bell is suspicious.
Former Denver starter Trevor Siemian comes in at quarterback for the Jets, but hopes are low for its 27-year-old, who has handled 30 touchdowns and 24 picks in 25 games as a Bronco and did nothing whatsoever.
Cleveland have loads of star names. Baker Mayfield will probably be after his rough opener, when his weapons are in focus, but believing he’s Jarvis Landry Odell Beckham Jr, also David Njoku around him it would indicate a favorable day for your QB.
Following 17 carries against Tennessee, the Browns could narrow even more heavily to take the stress off.
Le’Veon Bell is among the very playmakers in the history of this league, so if he performs with, the New York crime is going to probably be centred around him. Otherwise, New York will turn into converted wide receiver Ty Montgomery, and pass-catching rear Bilal Powell. To put into perspective how significant Bell is: he received nine goals and 17 carries in Week 1, although Montgomery had two efforts for four yards and Powell was dormant.
Jamison Crowder – signed to some three-year deal that summer – captured 14 of these and received a whopping 17 targets, linking a record for most catches in a match. Robby Anderson is, while we’re interested in their own encore.
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