Is Cleveland Browns doing a late season resurrection? It is interesting to note that Cleveland Browns have defeated to top teams in succeeding weeks. They toppled former Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints on October 24, 30-17 and then after their Bye week they surprised top placer New England Patriots, 34-14. Both of their victories are not close but are convincing victories. Today the Browns will face another top team, the New York Jets.
Is the New York Jets prepared for the comebacking Cleveland Browns? Last week they suffered their second victory during the season via an 8-0 defeat from the Green Bay Packers. It was a low scoring game and seems both team had been more eager on defense. Today they will face a team which seems to have found both their offensive and defensive strategy. The Jets would avoid a second loss while the Cleveland Browns want to extend their winning streak and catch up with the pack.
The Jets have won seven consecutive games on the road and they will definitely want to add this one to that winning column. They also had a very strong player against the Cleveland Browns, New York’s LaDainian Tomlinson. Tomlinson has eight rushing touchdowns agaisnt the Browns.
CLeveland Browns however had an inside look at the New York Jets through their own team members. They will be starting with four former Jets on defense. Cleveland also has Peyton Hillis who is tied for third in the NFL with seven rushing touchdowns.
WIll the Clevaland Browns do a third upset in a row? This will be an exciting question that would be answered later today. Meanwhile here is Hammerin’ Hank talks Jets odds against the Browns.