On the first offensive play of the game for New York, the ball was dislodged by the Giants' own offensive lineman, Chris Snee, as Ahmad Bradshaw looked to hit the gap, popping the ball loose and leading to a turnover. Bradshaw has been fending off Andre Brown to remain the Giants' starter, and plays like this don't do him any favors.
Cleveland didn't waste the opportunity to get an early lead over the Super Bowl champs, as the Browns' offense yet again leaned on rookie Trent Richardson. Richardson is running extremely well this season, and this play was no different as he hit the second-level due to a huge gap opened up by his center and left guard.
The Browns currently lead by seven, still in the first quarter.