The injury-hit New York Jets host the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football, Only live on Sky Sports Action.

Here is what to expect…
After all the hype, excitement, and speak surrounding the rejuvenated Browns (0-1) this offseason, they were obliterated in Week One, falling 43-13 to the Tennessee Titans at home.
Baker Mayfield was vocal regarding the’matchups‘ he enjoyed against Tennessee, however, he has kept himself. How can he bounce back after throwing three interceptions in the opener?
The Jets (0-1) had lots of excitement heading into this season, and with a 16-0 third-quarter lead over Buffalo in game one, they seemed to be following through. But that game’s remainder, and also the week that followed were nightmares.
New York and they lost that match 17-16 and big defensive free-agent registering CJ Mosley quarterback Sam Darnold, and first-round pick Quinnen Williams, respectively . Much All-Pro runner Le’Veon Bell is questionable.
Former Denver starter Trevor Siemian comes in at quarterback for the Jets, but expectations are low for its 27-year-old, who has handled 30 touchdowns and 24 selections and did nothing in Minnesota.
Cleveland have tons of celebrity names. Baker Mayfield will soon be following his opener, but considering he’s Jarvis Landry Odell Beckham Jr, along with David Njoku him around it would indicate a favorable day for your QB when his weapons are in focus.
The Browns could lean more heavily to take the strain off, after 17 carries against Tennessee.
Le’Veon Bell is among the very playmakers in this league’s history, so if he performs with, the New York crime will be centred around him. If not, transformed receiver Ty Montgomery will be turned into by New York, and pass-catching Bilal Powell rear. To put in perspective how important Bell is: he received eight targets and 17 carries in Week 1, Powell was dormant and although Montgomery had two attempts for four yards.
Jamison Crowder – signed to a deal – tying a Jets record for catches in a game and captured 14 of these, obtained a 17 targets. Robby Anderson is the profound threat who could cause Cleveland issues while we’re considering their own encore.

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