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Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
CLEVELAND -- New York Giants tailback Brandon Jacobs said during the week that it was a "bad move" for Cleveland's defense to talk trash.
Jacobs showed why Monday night.
The burly tailback scored New York's first touchdown and collected another victim along the way, running over Browns safety Mike Adams. Browns defensive lineman Corey Williams had some harsh words for Jacobs during the week.
Meanwhile, the Browns are throwing caution to the wind. Receiver Braylon Edwards got past Giants cornerback Aaron Ross for the second time to set up Cleveland's first touchdown. Jamal Lewis scored on a 4-yard run.
The Browns lead 10-7 as both quarterbacks and running games are clicking. Could we be headed for a shootout?