Heading into Week 3, the New York Jets hit the road to face the Cleveland Browns on Thursday Night Football. Here’s a preview, how to watch on TV, and of course, live streaming of tonight’s game.
Tonight’s Week 3 Thursday Night Football game is undoubtedly filled with a lot of worries and much hope, depending on who your favorite team is. On one side, the New York Jets are hoping to bounce back from their Week 2 loss to the Miami Dolphins while the Cleveland Browns are hoping to finally end their ridiculous losing streak with a big win in front of their home crowd.
Tonight’s game will feature a lot of tough football as both teams have a lot to play for. The Jets, on a short week, are out to prove that their Week 1 domination over the Detroit Lions wasn’t a fluke. They’re a team on the rise led by rookie quarterback Sam Darnold. The Browns, who have come oh so close to winning these last two weeks, know they’re just one big play or two away from finally smelling the sweet scent of victory.
Expect to see a very physical game tonight as the Jets will likely go back to what worked in Week 1 by running the football like there is no tomorrow. The Browns main pass rusher, defensive end Myles Garrett, is likely salivating at the fact that he’ll get to welcome Darnold to the NFL. Expect to see him do his best to pressure, sack, and make an example of a rookie quarterback trying to make it in their first years in the pros.
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