As the Browns prepare to take on the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead, they will be again be without defensive end Billy Winn and unfortunately be without outside linebacker Quentin Groves, who suffered an injury this week and is unable to go today. Beyond those two, the Browns are relatively healthy for this game.
Meanwhile, the Chiefs will have Dwayne Bowe who was battling a groin injury this week and have Anthony Fasano back. While the Chiefs passing game has been extremely underwhelming this year and been largely given undeserved credit with their undefeated start, quarterback Alex Smith will be happy to have both back as passing options.
This game has the makings of a low scoring defensive struggle as the Chiefs have the best defense in the NFL and the Browns are trying to prove they belong in the conversation and should have an advantage over the Chiefs offense.
The Browns send out Jason Campbell to lead the offense and while the defense they are facing unbelievably talented at all levels, the Browns are hoping they can get even average quarterback play from Campbell. When they got at least that much from Hoyer, they were able to stay in games and ultimately win. That is the formula they appear to be trying to recapture with Campbell. That might not be realistic but it is worth a shot.
Browns Inactives: DE Billy Winn, TE Kaevon Milton, OL Garrett Gilkey, OL Martin Wallace, OL Patrick Lewis, Quentin OLB Groves
Chiefs Inactives: QB Tyler Bray, TE Kevin Brock, LB Dezman Moses, OL Eric Kush, DL Jaye Howard, OL Rishaw Johnson