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Jets Control The Third Quarter Clock But Do Not Score As Halftime Tally Still Stands

New York took the second-half kickoff and went on a ten-minute drive which ended in a missed Nick Folk chip shot field goal. Needing to give the D a breather, the Browns offense then held the ball for all of one minute before having to punt back to the Jets.

A fine defensive stand followed, and a sack of Mark Sanchez by Mike Adams forced a Jet’s punt with less than two minutes to go in the quarter. As the quarter ended the Browns had the ball at their own 28, facing a third-and-long, with the score remaining what it was at the half — New York 17-Cleveland 13.

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