Cleveland Browns vs. New York Jets: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Ryan Alfieri@Ryan_AlfieriCorrespondent IIIDecember 22, 2013

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In what has been a pretty evenly matched game, the Jets made a few more plays than the Browns in the second half to get a solid win, bringing them back to 7-8. 

Geno Smith played one of his best games of the season. Not only did he throw two touchdown passes and make a great run for another, but he did not commit a single turnover all game long. 

It was a great day in general for Jets rookies, as Dee Milliner got his first interception of the season as well. 

For the Browns, this was a disappointing loss that resulted from their inability to generate the big plays they were so reliant upon this season. They showed their youth on defense with a handful of crucial breakdowns in the fourth quarter. 

FINAL

Jets 24, Browns 13

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