Giants 27, Browns 13: Giants Add to the Winless Browns’ Misery


Browns quarterback Josh McCown (13) being sacked by Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul during the fourth quarter. The Giants’ defense finished with seven sacks and eight tackles for a loss.

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CLEVELAND — Like pushing on an open door, the Giants handled the winless Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon, with wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. overcoming a thumb injury early on to catch six passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-13 victory.

It was the sixth straight win for the Giants (8-3). If the season had ended Sunday afternoon, they would have earned the first wild-card spot in the N.F.C. They travel to face the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) next Sunday.

The Browns continued their run into the wrong history books, dropping to 0-12, with a league-worst point differential of minus-155. If they lose their final four games, they will become the second 0-16 team in N.F.L. history, joining the 2008 Detroit Lions. They have a bye next weekend.

“We’ve got to find a way to put together a win,” said Hue Jackson, the Browns’…

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