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Dawg Pound Scoop: When Will We Win?

Yes, the Browns lost again.  This time, it was to a team who was supposed to worse than them, but is somehow piling together sneaky wins, in the New York Jets.  With former Browns QB Josh McCown at the helm, the Jets have advanced to 3-2 on the year, with a chance to be a solid team.

The Browns are a different story though. Under Hue Jackson, the team has gone 2-30, and showing no signs of improving. Myles Garrett may just be our only bright spot, as we have a ton of work to do.

But to wrap up the showdown with the Jets, the scoring in the first half was nonexistent. A defensive battle took place, and the Jets managed to squeeze a field goal out right before half.

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With a 3-0 deficit, and a benched DeShone Kizer, backup QB Kevin Hogan took charge and led a TD drive capped off by a David Njoku SportsCenter Top 10 highlight 1 handed catch to knot the score at 7-3.

McCown and the Jets offense came right back, though, as TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins reeled in a 2 yard fade route TD to put the New Yorkers back on top, 10-7.

And after a little back and forth punting battle, the Jets cashed in again, this time on a Jermaine Kearse 24 yard TD catch and rumble, extending the lead to 17-7 late in the 4th.

In the Browns final hope for a comeback, Duke Johnson took a screen pass 41 yards for a TD late in the 4th to make it 17-14. An onside kick attempt failed, though, by Zane Gonzalez helped the Jets to secure their 3rd win of the year and hand the Browns their 5th straight loss.

This game is another example of how the Browns always start slow, and therefore never can get a jump on these other solid football teams. A change definitely has to be made among the 0-5 team, as nothing seems to be working so far.

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