Who would have thought, the Cleveland Browns would have fewer losses, in the AFC North this season than any other team in the division? Just think of the possibilities if the Browns would have had a real quarterback start the season.
Cleveland could very well be undefeated had they started a real quarterback. Cleveland is 2-1 in the AFC North and the Bengals are 1-2. The Browns beat the Bengals in the first meeting and they will travel to Cincinnati this Sunday to play the Bengals in game 2.
Another win would be huge for Cleveland. Coming off a bye week, the Browns should be well rested. Cleveland beat Cincinnati by playing great defense in the game.
The Browns defense is going to have to have a repeat performance this week to be successful again. The Bengals have lost 2 in a row and they lost both games in over-time.
Cleveland also has to protect Jason Campbell to be sure he finishes the game. The Browns offense looked great in their last game and Campbell did a great job mixing things up and spreading out his passes to different receivers.
We saw a Greg Little that we haven’t seen in a while. He had 7 catches for 122 yards and he will be instrumental in Cincy this Sunday.
The Browns need this win, Chudzinski has this team ready to win and the team loves winning and they know what it means to come home from Cincinnati with the win.
The Browns haven’t swept the Bengals since 1995. This is the year the team can change that. Cleveland is a new team, this isn’t the same old Browns we have seen over the past 13 seasons.
Campbell brings a veteran leadership to the field the team hasn’t had in a long time. His leadership make players want to stand up and put up a great fight.
The Browns have to stay focused on both sides of the ball and they have to play the Bengals with the same intensity they played them with in the first game.
If they do that, we see win number 2 coming Cleveland’s way this Sunday. Go Browns…..
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