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NFL Week 2 stats: The Cowboys scored an 'A-' for their upset win over the Bengals.Broncos and Rams get 'B-' after shaky win

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There’s a reason Cleveland was once known as the “Factory of Sorrows.” The Browns have arguably lost more games than any other team in NFL history, and in just 85 seconds he blew a 30-17 lead over the New York Jets for Sunday’s heartbreaking total. he added one more.

With 1:55 left on Sunday, Nick Chubb scored a touchdown to put the Browns up 30-17 and it looked like Cleveland was on the verge of winning, but when we’re talking about the Browns, it seems like such Nothing. To victory by inertia.

In a surprising turn of events, the Jets scored two touchdowns just 60 seconds apart in a 31-30 win. If you’re wondering how unlikely a loss is, here’s your answer.

For the most part, the Browns played an impressive game, but were unable to overcome six critical mistakes in the final two minutes.

The biggest one came from Chubb, who could have sealed the win had he simply fallen to the ground instead of scoring a TD with 1:55 remaining. Had he done that, the game would have been over as this run gave Cleveland a first down and the Jets had zero timeouts left.

We’ve seen running backs down at the 1-yard line before, but Chubb didn’t do it here. Even if he went out of bounds, the Browns could have taken his third straight win on his knees.

Chubb’s gaffe wasn’t the only big mistake the Browns made. The Browns’ hero of the week, Cade York, wasn’t their hero of the week. A missed kick put the Browns in front by just 13 points and helped open the door for a comeback for the Jets.

York and Chubb’s mistakes wouldn’t have mattered if the Browns defense hadn’t given up long touchdowns. This leads to error 3.

(Note: Ignore the NFL information in the tweet. It was a score of 66 yards instead of 76. )

Even after Joe Flacco scored for Davis with 1:22 left to cut Cleveland’s lead to 30-24, the Browns were still able to recover the Jets’ onside kick to seal the win, but instead gave 4-1. I made my number one mistake. Onside the Jets on his kick, the ball ricocheted out of Amari Cooper’s hand and into the hands of New York’s Justin Hardy.

Nine plays after recovery, the Jets scored a go-ahead touchdown on a 15-yard pass from Flacco to Garrett Wilson (giving up a TD was a mistake #5).

Even after falling behind, the Browns still had a chance to win. With six seconds left, the Browns put him up for 46 yards, needing roughly eight to 10 yards to give Yorke a realistic shot to score a field goal. However, York had no chance of winning the game as Jacoby Brissett threw an interception on a miss six.

It was a complete meltdown of the game that didn’t leave the Browns out of business. Their ‘F-‘ performance in his last two minutes completely overshadowed the fact that they actually played pretty good football for the better part of three quarters.

Alright, let’s look at all the game stats from week two. Click here to learn more about the Chiefs’ wild 27-24 victory over the Chargers on Thursday.

New York Jets 31-30 vs. Cleveland

Jets Browns stats by John Breach (Do you like your stats? Hate your stats? let him know on twitter.)

Jacksonville 24-0 Indianapolis

Colts-Jaguar grades by John Breech (Love grades? Hate grades? let him know on twitter.)

Detroit 36-27 vs Washington

Commanders-Lions stats by John Breech (Do you like or dislike stats? let him know on twitter.)

Miami 42-38 Baltimore

Dolphins-Ravens Stats by Jeff Kerr (Do you like or dislike stats? let him know on twitter.)

New England 17-14 Pittsburgh game

Patriots and Steelers stats by Bryan DeArdo (Like or hate stats? let him know on twitter.)

Tampa Bay 20-10 New Orleans

Buccaneers-Saints grades by Tyler Sullivan (Love grades? Hate grades? let him know on twitter.)

NY Giants 19-16 vs. Carolina

Panthers and Giants stats by Shanna McCarriston (Like or hate stats? she knows on twitter.)

Dallas 20-17 vs. Cincinnati

Bengals-Cowboys results by Jordan Dajani (Do you like your results? Hate your results? let him know on twitter.)

San Francisco beat Seattle 27-7

Seahawks-49ers results by Jared Dubin (Do you like your results? Hate your results? let him know on twitter.)

Arizona 29-23 over Las Vegas (OT)

Cardinals-Raiders results by Jeff Kerr (Do you like your results? Hate your results? let him know on twitter.)

Denver 16-9 vs Houston

Texans-Broncos results by John Breech (Do you like your results? Hate your results? let him know on twitter.)

LA Rams 31-27 Atlanta

Falcons-Rams grades by John Breech (Like or hate grades? let him know on twitter.)