The Cleveland Browns was at its peak starting the 2022 NFL season with a 2-0 scoreline when running behind Nick Chubb scored a rushing goal with 1:55 remaining in the rules of the home game on Sunday. with the New York Jets. If Chubb goes down before reaching the end zone, the Jets won’t be able to stop the clock, and Cleveland will win 24-17. Instead, touch down Gifted New life of jet and allowed midfield Joe Flacco Toss a pair of points for an incredible 31-30 line win.
Every Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski accepted blame for what happened in the final two minutes of Sunday’s encounter when speaking to reporters on Monday.
“Obviously looking back you know, you wanted to do whatever it took to guarantee a win, so that’s something that I had a responsibility to communicate with that group chat,” Stefanski said of the wish. What he does is make sure individuals like Chubb realize that a first hit is better than an encounter at that point in the game. “You know, to give yourself a 14-pot ability boost within two minutes, you should end that game. So yeah, I wish I’d said that to Nick, and Nick would do it. But that doesn’t change the fact that we had so many chances to win that game.”
Stefanski also insists he didn’t say anything to defender Jacoby Brissett about avoiding encounters if it was reasonable to do so.
Jets head coach Robert Saleh said after the win: “I’ve never been so happy because of a miss in my life. “It was our only chance. Attribution for the offense intensified and took advantage of broken coverage in Corey’s (Davis’) game and gave us enough time to get it. right to strike (kick) and win.”
After Chubb’s touchdown, Flacco hit receiver Corey Davis with a score of 66 yards, and the Jets later recovered an inside kick:
Flacco ended the following drive by connecting to a rookie receiver Garrett Wilson to win the 15-yard touchdown game with 22 seconds left on the clock:
The 1-1 Browns have little time to feel sorry for themselves, as they host the Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) on Thursday night.