Myles Garrett leads Cleveland Browns defense, grounds New York Jets — Crowquill

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Myles Garrett leads Cleveland Browns defense, grounds New York Jets — Crowquill
Myles Garrett leads Cleveland Browns defense, grounds New York Jets — Crowquill

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns defense, led by Myles Garrett's three sacks, grounded the short-handed New York Jets in a 23-3 victory Monday night. The Jets were forced to start Trevor Siemian at quarterback because their franchise guy, Sam Darnold, had mono. Siemian lasted a little over a quarter, until Garrett knocked him out of the game on a hit that was ruled roughing the passer and left Siemian with a season-ending ankle injury. Garrett was in the Jets' backfield almost as much as Le'Veon Bell, making life miserable for Siemian and his replacement Luke Falk. But Garrett did have two roughing the passer penalties and two offsides penalties to go along with the sacks. Overall, the

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