Ratford in Eastern New Jersey-Baker Mayfield coughs badly-Cleveland Browns’ chance to fill a playoff spot.
After losing to the New York Jets 23-16 on Sunday, if Brown wants to end the longest playoff drought in the NFL, they will need to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers next Sunday.
“I let this team fail,” Mayfield said, he answered a question in the Zoom call after the game and then left. “I put three balls on the ground, two of them were recovered, and the other fell on the fourth-catch the damn ball. Clean and neat. I must catch the damn ball.”
In the fourth and first innings, the short-handed Browns (10-5) scored a potential tie. Mayfield tried to knock down the first game, but when Tarell Basham hit him Lost the ball. Kareem Hunt recovered, but according to the rules, Mayfield was the only one who could push the ball-the quarterback was worse than the first game.
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“This is my business,” Mayfield repeated. “But the thing is this: it will sting for a day or two. But we let the Steelers win the game.”
It was a difficult week for Brown. They have not participated in the playoffs since 2002. Due to the COVID-19 problem, they did not have 7 players in, including Jarvis Landry and The other three wide receivers, as well as rookie left-handed Jack Wells. Cleveland had to call a few players from the practice team, and coach Kevin Stefanski (Kevin Stefanski) conducted a drill in the parking lot near the team hotel to get some new players to speed up the game plan.
Mayfield said: “Almost 2020-all completed within 24 hours.” “This is not an excuse.”
Despite the shortage of manpower, the Browns almost wiped out the 20-3 deficit. But the jet can still hold on.
“It has nothing to do with people we don’t have,” Stefansky said. “We performed well, and the players including me performed well.”
Earlier in the fourth quarter, when Basham fired Mayfield and kicked the ball out and John Franklin Miles recovered, Cleveland finished third and sixth on the 15th hole. Sam Ficken’s remaining 2:52 goal rate was 34 yards, which gave New York a 23-16 lead.
Ficken sent the subsequent kick-off out of bounds, and Cleveland took the ball at 40 points. The Browns dropped to 16 points until the defender made another big shot and ended the game.
“This team didn’t have any exits,” Jet Center Conor McGovern said.
New York won the second overall pick in the April draft. Jamison Crowder caught a touchdown pass and passed it to Braxton Berrios, Sam Darnold at 32 There were 175 yards on 16 balls in the yard, including TD’s passes to Crowder and Chris Herndon.
The Jets got some rare dazzlings with a 7-3 lead with 34 seconds left in the opening season.
Ty Johnson received the ball from Darnold and passed it to Crowder, who rolled to the right and passed the pass to an empty Berrios, who He was listed as a guard and made a 43-yard touchdown.
When Frankie Luvu fired Mayfield and ejected the ball, New York immediately passed the ball to Folorunso Fatukasi.
When Darnold found Herndon wide open behind the end area, the jets had the advantage. Fickon’s extra points were blocked by former Jets defensive defender Sheldon Richardson, but New York took a surprising 13-3 lead early in the second quarter.
After the Jets scored 20-3 on Crowder’s 30-yard touchdown, New York had a chance to expand the lead, but Ficken’s 50-yard field goal attempt was blocked again by Richardson.
Then, Mayfield moved into the Browns and Nick Chubb’s 1-yard pace made him 20-10.
Cleveland let it land the drive back to back, and Hunter drove out from 4 yards. But Paki hit the left post, and the Browns trailed by 20:16 and 12:38.
“If you win next week, you will enter,” Stefansky said. “What we have before us is everything we intend to do this season.”
Brown learned on Sunday morning that they would have no will because of illness. He was placed on the COVID-19 list on Thursday and activated on Saturday, but was then relegated on Sunday.
Starting guard BJ Goodson (BJ Goodson) was added to the COVID-19 list on Saturday, and five other players including Landry were also excluded due to close contact. The others are catcher Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones and KhaDarel Hodge, and defender Jacob Philip (Jacob Phillips).
The Jets’ Frank Gore (Frank Gore) became the third player in NFL history to run 16,000 yards. The 37-year-old Gore joined the professional football Hall of Fame members Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton and reached the milestone, entering the milestone with a 4-yard score in the fourth quarter. He left the game with a chest injury late in the game.
Brown: LB Tae Davis and Sione Takitaki left with an ankle injury and did not return.
Jets: OL Josh Andrews was injured in the groin.
Browns: To host the AFC North Championship Pittsburgh next Sunday, it takes a victory to get a place in the playoffs.
Jets: The game ends next Sunday in New England.