There are games like Monday night at home – under the lights, on national TV, trying to get victory against bad weather when they start out indefinitely.
They introduced the former Steelers star running back to become their best player, especially in games like this.
The problem for the Jetty in a terrible loss of 23-3 Monday night for the Browns at MetLife Stadium was: There was never one player against 11 ever a winning formula in the NFL. He has never worked in the history of the series.
And that's because all the Jets were going to them for an offense against the defense of Browns in a game that put football back for decades past: Bell left, Bell right and Bell up the middle.
There was one minute of truth on this night which showed Bell and Jets the best: a quarter and 2 from the Cleveland 12-yard line late in the third quarter with the Jets at trailing the Browns 16-3 and with great hope to go. back in a game they were off all night.
Luke Falkback, a third fifth string, wore a certain compulsion, with Bell in the left flat and he tried to achieve Cleveland defenders, but he stopped a short first half yard down at Cornerback Browns T.J. Carrie and line conductor Joe Schobert.
Subsequently, Bell put the blame on himself not picking up the first one.
“I should detect it,” he said. “I was there. Period. I have just been a play supervisor. ''
The mistake made by Adam Gase Jets coach, knowing that it was a four-down territory, meant that Falk would leave the ball on the third-and-2 ball that was put on Robby Anderson in the final zone. It is a play called from the Overthinking textbook 101.
If Bell were running simply twice, it was very popular that the Jets TD would be converted to cut Cleveland's score to 16-10.
“I was confident in the play call,“ said Bell. “Obviously, we can sit here and say that we should give something different to third and 2, but if we choose that, we don't even have this conversation. If we make the call, the play call is fine.
“Of course, it's a third and-2 and these guys (the Browns) are thinking of running, so we're just trying to do a little. That's what makes the coach get a good caller. ''
Not on that sequence.
Jets' turnover brought the ball to the Browns at the Cleveland 11 and, on the next play, Baker Mayfield made a connection with Odell Beckham Jr.
Now it was 23-3 Browns and the game was around.
The worst play was at Bell at night, which was under great pressure from Schobert after a late 17-yard reception in the game with the jets at trailing 23-3. Carrie discovered the ball, making it the same mix of Cleveland players who first refused to quarter-and-2.
“The clock and the fourth and the 2 say, I want two plays that I could go back and do over,” said Bell. “I will learn from him, look at the film and watch myself and I will be better. # 39;
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