Jets 17, Browns 14

The Good: Browns rookie defensive end Myles Garrett had an excellent NFL regular-season debut despite still not being 100 percent healthy after missing the first four games with a right high-ankle sprain he suffered Sept. 6 during practice. “It’s a little bit sore, but it’ll die down,” Garrett said of his ankle after the game. The No. 1 overall pick in last year’s draft, Garrett played 18 snaps and finished with two sacks and two run stops, according to ProFootballFocus.com. “His energy was outstanding,” coach Hue Jackson said. “I know there was a couple plays he made early in the game which were great.”

The Bad: The Browns have allowed each of their first five opponents to score on their final drive of the first half. After rookie kicker Zane Gonzalez missed a 39-yard field goal with 31 seconds left — also ugly — the Jets took control at their 29-yard line and set up Chandler Catanzaro’s successful 57-yard field goal by moving 32 yards in five plays. Receiver Jeremy Kerley caught an 8-yard pass from quarterback Josh McCown and got out of bounds with a second remaining, enabling the Jets to summon Catanzaro.

The Ugly: The Browns blew this one in maddening fashion. They had the ball on the Jets 3, but fumbled it away on rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer’s pitch to running back Isaiah Crowell. They had the ball on the Jets 4 but Kizer was intercepted. They had the ball on the Jets 4 again but Jackson’s decision to run Crowell on fourth-and-2 backfired when the running back gained just 1 yard. They dominated for most of the game, outgaining the Jets 419-212, but lost. “When you have that many yards, you should have more points,” Jackson said.

— Nate Ulrich