Week 16: Browns at Bears
Close to the end of the season and the Browns last good chance at winning a game for the year. The Browns will travel to the Windy City and face the Chicago Bears, who have as many question marks at quarterback as the Browns. Most people expect both of the team’s rookie quarterbacks, DeShone Kizer and Mitch Trubisky to be the starters at the end of the year, so it’ll be an interesting matchup of young quarterbacks. It’ll also help show the Browns if the made the right choice in passing on Trubisky in the draft. The biggest key for the Browns to win this game is slowing down Bears’ running back, Jordan Howard. Howard emerged as one of the league’s best running backs last season as that should remain the same this year. If the Browns are able to neutralize Howard and force the Bears to pass, it should lead to a victory. On the other side of the ball, the Bears struggled mightily to stop the run last year. The Browns should be able to get Isaiah Crowell involved early and often and get most of their offense on the ground. A successful run game will open up the passing for whoever is behind center for the Browns at that point and lead to a Browns’ victory.
Get ready for a very exciting season of football Browns’ fans!
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