The Browns and the Jets will be facing each other in what’s going to be the featured Monday Night Football game of Week 2. ·
- Event date: Monday, September 16, 2019, 8:15 PM
- Place: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Browns Odds to Win
The Browns made a lot of moves during the offseason, including the addition of Odell Beckham Jr.
And needless to say, everybody wants to see how the passing connection between Baker Mayfield and Beckham Jr. is going to turn out this regular season. If these two can connect well, this can end up being an elite duo in the league.
Indeed, this team has a lot of fantastic talent, on paper, but these few first games will let us know if the Browns are a title contender or not.
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Jets Odds to Win
When it comes to the Jets, not much is expected from them as they are starting over. This team had an awful previous season, finishing 4-12, and they will be trying to avoid another embarrassment like this again.
With that in mind, they let go the defensive-minded Todd Bowls and hired a more offensive head coach in Adam Gase.
Passing duties will be handled by second-year quarterback Sam Darnold, who now counts with new targets in wide receiver Jamison Crowder and tailback LeVeon Bell.
Last 3 Matches
When it comes to their last meetings, the Jets are ahead 2-1, but the Browns won the last one of these games.
Here’s the head-to-head info:
- September 20, 2018 = 21-17 / BROWNS WIN
- October 8, 2017 = 17-14 / JETS WIN
- October 30, 2016 = 31-28 / JETS WIN
As we can see, these matches have been pretty close, which means that these teams are not that superior one from the other.
And even though the Browns are one of the favorites to win the AFC North, and the Jets are not a favorite all, the stats tell us that they are very similar when they face each other.
When it comes to league rankings, the Browns are superior to the Jets on all fields, except on defense, let’s see:
- Offense: 13th in the league
- Defense: 30th in the league
- Passing: 14th in the league
- Rushing: 14th in the league
- Offense: 29th in the league
- Defense: 25th in the league
- Passing: 25th in the league
- Rushing: 26th in the league
Here’s a quick injury report so you know which players won’t be making it to the football field on September 16 for this match:
- Sione Takitaki / LB
New York Jets:
- Braxton Berrios / WR
- Trumaine Johnson / CB
- Robby Anderson / WR