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3 Reasons the Jets Will Upset The Browns in Week 2

By Joe Summers
Tyler Conklin scores his first touchdown as a New York Jet
Tyler Conklin scores his first touchdown as a New York Jet / Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports
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The New York Jets may have lost to the Ravens 24-9 in Week 1, but there were several reasons to be encouraged about Robert Salah's crew. In fact, New York proved it can upset the Cleveland Browns this week as +235 underdogs. Before I explain why, you'll want to hear about FanDuel Sportsbook's $1,000 free bet offer so you can win big on the Jets.

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With a free mulligan in our pocket, here's why the Jets will beat Cleveland:

3 Reasons the Jets Will Upset The Browns

Improved Run Defense

The Baltimore Ravens are the premier rushing team in the NFL, and the Jets limited them to 63 yards on 3.0 yards per carry. Lamar Jackson managed only 17 yards rushing, his lowest total in a full-game since he played injured against the Bengals in October 2020.

Carl Lawson, Solomon Thomas, and Quinnen Williams make up a ferocious defensive line. If they can win the battle in the trenches, Cleveland's one-dimensional offense won't be able to score.

Jacoby Brissett averaged only 4.3 yards per attempt in Week 1 while Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt excelled on the ground. New York's defensive front will do a much better job containing Chubb and Hunt than Carolina did, giving the Jets a distinct advantage.

More Versatile Offense

It's strange to commend the versatility of a Joe Flacco offense, but the Jets have a bevy of talented skill position players that give them an edge.

Michael Carter averaged 6.0 yards per carry in Week 1 with 100 yards from scrimmage while Breece Hall was perhaps the best running back in college football last year. Corey Davis, Elijah Moore, Garrett Wilson, and Tyler Conklin give Flacco a deep pass-catching group as well.

In contrast, the already-limited Brissett doesn't have much to work with. Amari Cooper totaled just 17 yards on six targets last week while Donovan Peoples-Jones led the Browns in receiving.

Cleveland's Struggles as a Favorite

When you play with fire, you'll eventually get burned. The Browns are a pathetic 3-9 against the spread in their last 12 games as home favorites and their margin of error is perilously thin.

If you continue narrowly winning games, you'll slip up sooner than later. Cleveland's poor performance indicates a let-down is coming, and I think the Jets are ripe to take advantage of the opportunity.

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