Jaguars Vs. Browns Score Update: Jacksonville And Cleveland Tied 7-7 At Halftime

After one half of play at Cleveland Browns Stadium, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns are tied at 7-7. The Jaguars got on the board first when Maurice Jones-Drew finished an impressive 18 play, 92 yard drive with a 6 yard touchdown run. The drive took up nearly 10 minutes of game clock as the Jags took it the length of the field. Jones-Drew has already carried the ball 13 times for 54 yards. 

The Browns evened the score later in the second quarter when Chris Ogbonnaya converted a one yard touchdown run. Ogbonnaya is filling in for the injured Montario Hardesty and Peyton HIllis. The Jags have managed to control the third-stringer, holding him to less than two yards a carry so far. Aside from one big play, a Colt McCoy 51 yard pass to Jordan Norwood, the Jags defense has looked good against Cleveland's anemic offense.

Jacksonville will get the kick off to start the second half.

For more on Jacksonville, please visit Big Cat Country, SB Nation's Jaguars blog. For more on Cleveland, please visit Dawgs by Nature, SB Nation's Browns blog. For coverage of Sunday's Jaguars/Browns matchup, please visit this StoryStream.

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