The Cleveland Browns are still seeking their first victory as they hit Week 4 of the season. What must the team do on Sunday to earn one against the Washington Redskins?
Only three games into the 2016 regular season and it seems like the Cleveland Browns have experienced it all. Only time can tell what could be in store for the team next, as they are still in pursuit of their first victory.
Cleveland’s third road game of the young season will be their next opportunity to notch the elusive win, as the Browns travel to the outskirts of Washington, D.C., to take on the Redskins. The game will serve as Cody Kessler‘s second career start at quarterback, though it will be interesting to see to what extent Terrelle Pryor is utilized in the position.
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The game plan head coach Hue Jackson implements will likely be more aggressive and stress discipline due to the recent shortcomings the team has experienced. The Browns will need to play a sound game, with a combination of a dynamic offense and relentless defense to get the upper hand. In the end though, the Browns will still need to do something they have yet to this season; close out a victory.
More specifically, here are five keys to Sunday’s game against the Redskins for fans to watch closely for.