Cleveland Browns Week 2 Predictions: Looking to stay undefeated

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Members of the Dawg Pound Daily crew give their predictions for the Week 2 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and New Orleans Saints

It’s Week 2 and the Cleveland Browns will play their first road game against the New Orleans Saints. Both teams come in off a disappointing Week 1 performance.

For Cleveland, they had to deal with some awful weather — which was to blame for some of the inefficiencies on offense. Even so, they fought back from a 14-point deficit against the Pittsburgh Steelers to force overtime.

A missed field goal from Pittsburgh and a blocked kick attempt of the Browns led to a tie as the Browns ended a 17-game losing streak by not winning. Surely, no one would make a joke about the right?

New Orleans is 0-1 entering this week after they were shocked by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With quarterback Jamies Winston sitting for the first of his three-game suspension Ryan Fitzpatrick came in and lit them up.

That’s probably not good for the Browns, because it puts them on their toes. There’s no way the Saints are going to be expecting things to be easy — which is likely what happened with the Steelers who couldn’t stop turning the ball over to Cleveland.

That doesn’t mean it isn’t winnable, just that the Browns will have a much more fpcused team this week than they could have if they weren’t just blindsided in Week 1. Still, they have a shot to stay undefeated and go 1-0-1.

Will the ‘Victory Fridges’ be unlocked this weekend? Our crew at DPD does their best to answer that with our Weekly game predictions.