Garrett is ready to finally make his professional debut, and there's no reason to expect the no. 1 pick in the draft to be anything but fired up.
So, playing in the first game of his career in Week 5, how did Garrett make his presence known? The 0-2 start to the National Football League season has become part of the distant past and suddenly the Jets have a shot to move to 3-2 on the season with a win over the Browns on Sunday (Oct. 8).
Garrett suffered a high-ankle sprain during the preseason, which had kept him off the field until today. The teams met last season on October 30 and the Browns nearly came away with a win, but lost, 31-28.
Jets running backs Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire combined for 256 yards rushing in the 23-20 victory over Jacksonville last week. The safety/returner has defended one pass this season, and returned eight punts for 38 yards and seven kickoffs for 148 yards.
"Myles believes (he could have played), and he probably could have last week, but now, hopefully, he will be more productive and it is a much more healthy way to continue on", Gregg Williams said.
Kizer has the confidence of the coaching staff in Cleveland, but that doesn't help much when he's completing just 51.4 percent of his throws. "I think if there is a decision that needs to be made to win, that is the decision I am going to make". I'm excited to see him play.
NY further extended its lead in the fourth when McCown connected with Jermaine Kearse from 24 yards out for the receiver's third touchdown of the year with 8:35 to go. "Now I can actually get in the game and show what I can do, show what I've learned". "But dang gummit, I got me a win at FirstEnergy Stadium". Brooks in interceptions (2) and Ealy in pass defensed (five).
It eliminated a lengthy 11-play drive that began at the Jets' 49-yard-line. Don't feel like you have to stress coming back and trying to make a wild effect or anything like that. Duke Johnson Jr.is Cleveland's leading receiver with his 207 yards on 28 targets and 20 catches. McCown was limited in practice with a shoulder injury. The Jets game will be the third he's missed. Schobert has proven to be a strong run defender in his first year starting with the Browns, but opposing quarterbacks have learned they can beat him when they get him isolated in pass coverage.