The Cleveland Browns play at on the road today against the New York Jets. Here are some nuggets about the matchup, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.
- Game Time/Date: Sunday, December 27, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. ET
- Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
- TV Channel: CBS - Kevin Harlan (play-by-play) & Trent Green (analyst). Locally, the game will be on WOIO-Channel 19.
- Streaming Coverage: Sign up for fuboTV
- Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM) with Jim Donovan, Doug Dieken, Nathan Zegura (sidelines)
- Weather: 36 degrees (feels like 32 degrees) with a 0% chance of snow. 5 MPH winds from the Southwest.
- Odds: Browns by 6.5
- Over/under: 45
TV Distribution Map
Fans in the GREEN areas below will get to watch the Browns vs. Jets on CBS.
- The Browns will have white jerseys and white pants against New York
- Browns DT Sheldon Richardson was a first-round pick by the Jets in 2013 and Defensive Rookie of the Year.
- Browns assistant special teams coach Doug Colman played for the Jets in 2001.
- Browns run game coordinator/RBs coach Stump Mitchell was the RBs coach for the New York Jets from 2017- 18.
- Browns OL coach Bill Callahan was the Jets assistant head coach/OL coach from 2008-11.
- Browns chief of staff Callie Brownson was a scouting intern with the Jets in 2017.
- Jets WR Breshad Perriman played for the Browns in 2018.
- Jets DL Trevon Coley played for the Browns from 2017-18.
- Jets S J.T. Hassell played for the Browns in 2019.
- Jets STC Brant Boyer played for the Browns from 2001-03 and was a training camp intern with the team in 2009.
- Jets OC/QB coach Dowell Loggains was the QBs coach for the Browns in 2014.
- Jets defensive assistant Blake Williams served as the LBs coach with the Browns for two seasons (2017-18).
- The Browns have an 14-12 all-time record against the Jets.
- The last time these two teams met in the regular season was on November 16, 2019, when the Browns defeated the Jets 23-3 in New York. The Browns’ defense dominated the Jets’ backup quarterbacks that day (Trevor Siemian and Luke Falk), and Baker Mayfield threw an 89-yard touchdown pass to Odell Beckham at the end of the third quarter to put the nail in the coffin.