Add Anthony Schwartz to the many weapons Cleveland can employ out of its backfield. The wideout took a double reverse for 31 yards to get the Browns on the board right away.
The Buccaneers got their first lead of the day thanks in part to rookie tight end Ko Kieft.
Ain’t no Njoku
With less than a minute left, Cleveland made good on its desperation drive, as tight end David Njoku hauled in a one-handed catch in the back of the end zone to send the game into overtime, where the Browns secured the win.
The Jets‘ passing game has been a problem with Zach Wilson. With Mike White, it’s quickly proving to be a problem for the Bears. The replacement starter has already hooked up with rookie Garrett Wilson for two touchdowns, including a 54-yard score to give New York the lead again late in the second quarter.
Change creates change
For Jets coach Robert Saleh, switching QBs this week simply made sense. With his third touchdown toss on the day, White made good on that decision, and the Jets cruised to an easy victory.
Miami‘s offense makes the headlines, but its defense can ball too — and it can score. Xavien Howard did just that after picking up a Texans fumble, contributing to a 30-0 lead at the half and an ultimate double-digit win.