Jets vs. Browns Week 3 Highlights | NFL 2018

Jets vs. Browns Week 3 Highlights | NFL 2018

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A Guy named Mitchell won a game for the Browns called by Joe Buck
When will the Jets learn not to injure starting QBs? smh
Browns finna be 1 seed next year like if u agree
Everybody loves an underdog and everyone is secretly rooting for the Browns, including me being a cowboy fan and all. Nice to see them win. I predict playoffs next year
I have been waiting for this moment my entire life!
For some reason I always go for the Browns when they’re not playing my favorite team
i'm sorry, but how was this even a game? if they fired hue Jackson which was the most obvious problem and benched tyrod Tayler and had greg Williams coaching before the start of the season. if they did so then browns would've been 2-1 at this point in the season.
These Browns uniforms are the best in the NFL.
for things like 4:05 its why ill root for the browns the next season, they deserve it, their players will do everything to please their crowd.
Why is this in my reccomended
Just like the Patriots in 2001 the Jets buttfumbled by hurting Tyrod Taylor lol
R.I.P. Tyrod Taylor .
Rookie Baker didnt even practice with the starters before this game!!! And now has best rookie stats since payton manning. Watch out NFL. We coming for u
I was the kick off kid of this game missed a high five from Baker Mayfield Which is sad
The REAL Johnny football shows up..Texas boyz
I loved how Taylor tried to blame callaway for not catching that under thrown long ball
0:26 explain how that’s not pass interference. Easiest call I’ve ever seen
That game will be reviewed in NFL history. No doubt.
Now the Browns may be a playoff team...

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