Quick Take: Browns (7-5) at Jets (3-9)

Last meeting
Browns running back Reuben Droughns ran for 125 yards on 33 carries as Cleveland held the Jets to 193 total yards, forced three turnovers and yielded no offensive touchdowns in a 20-13 win in Week 8 last year.

The Browns have won three of the past four meetings and lead the overall series 11-7.

Last week
Browns quarterback Derek Anderson threw a desperation pass to Kellen Winslow on the last play of the game, but the tight end landed out of bounds, as the Browns lost 27-21 at Arizona. ... The Jets intercepted Miami quarterback John Beck three times and running back Leon Washington ran for two touchdowns as the Jets won their third game of the season, 40-13. The Jets swept the season series from the Dolphins for the second conseuctive year, and the third time in four years.

At stake
Despite losing last week, the Browns are still in the AFC playoff race, even though a division title looks like a long shot. ... The Jets are officially eliminated from the playoffs, so they will be looking to build momentum for next year under their quarterback of the future, Kellen Clemens.

Key matchup
Jets secondary vs. Browns QB Derek Anderson. The Jets secondary looked much better last week, intercepting Beck three times, and now ranks 11th against the pass. The Jets will face a much different quarterback this week. Anderson ranks in the top 10 in yards, completions and touchdowns. Browns receivers Braylon Edwards (three TDs in the past four weeks), Joe Jerevicius and Winslow (leads all NFL TEs with 909 receiving yards) will challenge the Jets.

Did you know?
The Browns are averaging 34.1 points in seven wins this season. ... Rookie linebacker David Harris leads the Jets with 82 tackles, and rookie cornerback Darrelle Revis ranks third on the team with 75.

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