Sunday Night Football: Baker Mayfield’s big night leads to Brown’s 20-6 win
Cleveland Quarterback Baker Mayfield It started hot and stayed that way throughout the night, resulting in Brown’s 20-3 win over the Giants Sunday Night Football.
Mayfield passed twice in the first half and kept the Cleveland attack on the field to control the ball and clock. He finished 27 of 32 passes for 297 yards with two touchdowns.
The Browns finished the game at 392 yards, averaging 6.2 yards per game and scored 24 first touchdowns. They won Possession Time from 34:03 to 25:57 in large part by going 9 out of 13 in third. Cleveland had a pair of 95-yard landing gear – one in the second quarter and the other in the fourth quarter. According to NBC Broadcasting, this was the first time a team had two TD drives 95 yards in the same game this season.
Richard Higgins The flagship receiver was the Cleveland 76 yards in four grips. Jarvis Landry He had seven catches for 61 yards.
Skiing was hard Nick Chubb, But had 50 yards lunge on 15 carts and landing 1 yard.
Start a quarterback backup Colt McCoy For the wounded Daniel Jones, Giants kicked off the match with a failed field goal and scored no relegation within 60 minutes. Head coach Joe Judge was aggressive going into fourth and second places of the Cleveland six-yard streak, but pulled back Wayne Gallman It was stuffed for a gain of one yard.
New York scored only three points out of three properties in the red.
McCoy finished 16 by 28 and ran for 194 yards. Alfred Morris The lead racer was New York, gaining 39 yards on seven wagons.
Brown improved to 10-4 with the win, and maintained his position as the current No. 5 seed in the AFC supplement race. It is only the second time that Brown has scored 10 wins since his return to the league in 1999.
New York missed a chance to draw with Washington at the top of the league after the soccer team lost to the Seahawks on Sunday. But at 5-9, the Giants are still alive in NFC East.
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