Giants lose, 17-13: Stay tuned for full post-game coverage, including a complete recap and post-game analysis. Check our @BigBlueView Twitter page for a ‘Twitter Spaces’ chat that should begin shortly. Also, come back Monday for the traditional ‘Kudos & Wet Willies.”
Browns 17, Giants 13: Cleveland stretched its lead to 17-13 with 2:29 to play on a 49-yard field goal by Chase McLaughlin.
Giants within one: The Giants pulled within 14-13 on a 8-yard pass from Brian Lewerke to David Sills with 7:15 left to play. The Giants failed on a two-point conversion attempt.
Browns 14, Giants 7: A 5-yard run by John Kelly gave Cleveland a 14-7 lead with 9:52 left in the third quarter. The Browns, directed by ex-Giants quarterback Kyle Lauletta, went 56 yards in just 4 plays.
First half ends 7-7: The Giants and Browns are tied at the half. Giants QB Mike Glennon went 10 of 13 for 86 yards. Cleveland had 200 total yards to New York’s 143. Edge defender Oshane Ximines had a sack and three quarterback hits.
Browns 7, Giants 7 after first quarter: The Giants answered the Browns’ touchdown with an 11-play, 75-yard drive. They tied the score on a 1-yard touchdown dive by running back Devontae Booker. Mike Glennon went 6 of 6 on the drive, which took 6:47.
Glennon is 7 of 9 for 63 yards. Booker has 6 carries for 27 yards and 2 catches for 13.
Cleveland 7, Giants 0: The Browns took a 7-0 lead with 5:33 left in the first quarter when Case Keenum hit Khadarel Hodge for a touchdown on fourth-and-8. That concluded a 10-play, 81, yard drive.
The Giants will reportedly treat this game much like their preseason opener. That means Daniel Jones and the majority of the starters will not play.
The Giants and Browns held two days of joint practices during the week. Starters got plenty of work during those two days. Coach Joe Judge has said his plan is for starters to get significant playing time in the preseason finale next Sunday against the New England Patriots.
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