Cleveland has won just two of its last 31 games and appears headed toward another disaster. And what's hard is if we did have more spots on game day, we would put him up there. A hungry team is a risky team. I'll take Pittsburgh by double digits as more of a fade from Jacksonville than anything else. "Going forward, we need to make those types of plays to close people out".
The play was reviewed, but Powell joked that he was getting oxygen on the sideline when it was replayed in the stadium, so he didn't see it at the time. This lead to an interception, mostly due to Bilal Powell slipping, and gave Jacksonville prime field position to tie the game.
New York's offensive line was very Jekyll and Hyde. The Jets compiled a season-high 256 yards rushing, their highest total since 2014.
"I can't tell you how many times I re-watched it", Benn said Monday in the Jaguars' locker room.
"Those long runs, my stupidity at the end of the game", Posluszny said, "you can't win with stuff like that".
The Jaguars got back into it in the fourth quarter with some big plays. We try to get it to where sometimes you can't, you don't know that situation is going to come up and do a better job of that. Each NFL team has 53 players on its active roster, but can use only 46 in a game.
"The Browns are a team you can't count out", said defensive back Morris Claiborne. Right now, we feel that the guys there are doing well.
"We've said it all along, for us in the building, there's an exterior narrative that goes out", McCown said. If the NFL Network is part of your cable package, you can also live stream the game through the NFL app on XBox, Apple TV, or Roku device on your TV. Sophomore year he was a first team All-SEC selection; junior year he was chosen second-team All-SEC and was a third-team All-American. Now it's the Jets who have reason to be chesty.
In the second half, rookie back Elijah McGuire broke his own massive run, a 69-yarder for his first career score. But an exhale might be natural. Some might call this a trap game.
The Jacksonville D helped the Jets along to a historic run.
"I've scored a lot of college touchdowns", the sixth-round pick out of Louisiana-Lafayette said, "but when you get an National Football League touchdown, it's different". "We know how the outside viewed us".
"It's not an exact science but it's one that we continue to keep working on".
No big heads allowed.