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CLEVELAND (WJW) — With less than a minute left on the clock, the New York Jets took a stunning victory over the Cleveland Browns in the Browns’ home opener for the 2022-2023 season.

The Browns took an early lead as Nick Chubb landed the four-yard touchdown, capping off a 14-play, 90-yard drive in an impressive possession in the first quarter.

The Jets came back fighting in the second quarter, with Garrett Wilson taking home a touchdown to tie the game. It was his first career touchdown.

The Browns took the lead back after Jacoby Brissett’s six-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper was complete, now 14-7. It was Cooper’s first touchdown as a member of the Browns.

Jadevon Clowney knocked the football right out of Joe Flacco’s hands and the Browns recovered the fumble on their own 21-yard line.

With just seconds left in the half, a Breece Hall touchdown tied things up.

Thanks to a field goal by Cade York, the Browns took back a slight lead in the third quarter.

Clowney limped off after an ankle injury during a defensive series. He didn’t return for the remainder of the game.

In the fourth quarter, the Browns widened their lead with another touchdown by Chubb, this time for seven yards. They led 24-17.

Harrison Bryant headed to the locker room after suffering an injury during the Browns’ drive. He’s being evaluated for a concussion.

Chubb made it to the end-zone again later in the fourth, bringing the Browns to a 30-17 lead. It was a 12-yard touchdown.

Then things started to turn for the worst for the Browns. With a 66-yard pass to Corey Davis, the Jets landed another touchdown.

And, with just 22 seconds left on the clock, the Jets took the lead with another run to the end-zone, winning 31-30.