Mayfield throws two TD passes as Brown catches Brown from Bengals

CLEVLAND – Buck’s Mayfield Odell Beckham Jr. and some of his lost swabs were found.

Mayfield made two touchdown passes, Nick Chub scored two runs and 124 yards, and the Cleveland Browns beat Cincinnati Bengals 35-30 on Thursday night in the NFL’s 100th birthday to give coach Kevin Stefansky his first NFL win.

The Browners (1-1) bounced back from an oppressive performance in Baltimore with a 43-yard scoring pass with Odell Beckham Jr. in the Mayfield first half, where they beat the Ravens 3 38–6 and looked mostly incapacitated. Stefansky’s debut

“We’re not going to run the wave,” Stefansky said. “We’re not looking back or looking forward.”

Manfield and Cleveland’s offense against the Bengals (0-2) and first-ranked No. 1 pick Joe Buro, who made three TD passes and showed incredible poses in his second game, made things easier.

The old man’s third TD pass – a 9-yard by Tyler Boyd with 43 seconds left – began to pull the Bengals into the five, but the Browners saved the next kick and went off the clock.

Beckham’s opener had just three catches for 22 yards, Mayfield preferred the field to get the ball early. Beckham finished with four catches for y4 yards.

Mayfield passed 16 of 239 yards with an interception. He, however, spread the ball to eight different receivers and the Browns continued to run 215 yards.

“You always want to get the ball in the hands of the playmakers first, so these guys are in it,” Mayfield said. “I thought we made the most of our playmakers. I am surrounded by talent. I want to get the ball in their hands. ”

Chubb and Karim Hunt were strong 1-2 punch Cleveland. Hunt had a TD catch, a score run and 86 yards.

“They’re two talented backs who appreciate each other and push each other,” Stefansky said. “We’re looking for ways to rock these people.”

Burroughs finished 37 of 61 for 316 yards. He was fired three times, and there was an unfortunate moment when he tried to call the deadline and the ball overtook him. But the ruling Hizman Trophy winner showed the Mayfield pass match for the pass and why the Bengals believe he can turn them around.

“The hype with Joe is real,” Mayfield said. “Obviously, that team loves him. They follow him and he leads them.”

The efforts of the elderly were the second largest in history for a camouflage. Only Carolina’s Chris Waynek () 3) threw more as a player.

“Losing isn’t very fun,” he said of LSU winning a national title last season. “This is the first time I’ve lost two games in a row. It doesn’t look very good. Losing is unacceptable to me.

Appropriately, the NFL officially came a century old and the matchup between Ohio teams came. It was on September 17, 1920, when an agreement reached during a meeting in Canton laid the groundwork for a multi-billion dollar business and becoming the most popular sport in America.

For the Cleveland home opener, inside the 68,000-seat Fastenergy Stadium, there were 20,000,000 fans, the state of Ohio allowed the Browners to be granted a larger COVID-19 rule after a variation.

After both teams played at empty stadiums in Baltimore and Cincinnati a week ago, fans were socially distant, wearing masks for the most part and bringing the necessary strength. Beckham’s TD was followed by some loud cheers.

Mayfield’s scoring strike near Beckham in the second quarter was what the Brown imagined making the pair more often.

After burning the handoff, McField rolled to the left to buy time before Perkline threw perfectly for Beckham, who beat Brazil cornerback William Jackson III in a 14-3 win over Brazil.

In the second quarter, CJ J. Uzoma put the Buro Bengals in it with a 23-yard TD, but Cincinnati’s defense failed to dampen the Browns and Mayfield a 6-yard TD pass gave Cleveland a 21-10 lead in a wide open hunt.

The Browners pushed it to 23-13 in the third quarter of Chubb’s second TD run, which threw Miles Garrett Burroughs near the goal line and came after Cleveland’s recovery.

100 candles

The NFL began a meeting in Canton, Ohio on September 17, 1920. Commissioner Roger Goodell presented a toast on the Commissioner League’s big birthday.

“To the more than 25,000 players who have played in this league: your talent and perseverance are forever etched in our memory.” “To today’s players: from superstars to their legacy, to new fast-paced young players – you’re the backbone of the NFL. To the most loyal and enthusiastic fans anywhere: The NFL will be nothing but you. “

Hang on

Due to the coronavirus, Bengals owner and president Mike Brown did not travel and missed his first regular-season game since 1968.

The 85-year-old Brown told the team’s website that not going “drowned”.

Brown competed in 824 consecutive games. He had previously only missed out in 1991, when he dropped the Prison game to be with his dying father, coaching the great Paul Brown.


BANGALORE: Ujomaha was forgotten in the fourth Achilles tender injury after being caught in the fourth ball.

Brown: De Adrian Clarebone came out with a hip injury in the second quarter. He fired the old man before leaving.

Coming next

BENGALS: See the Philadelphia Ags on 27 September.

Browns: September 27-27 Host the Washington football team Cle

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