5 Areas where Cleveland Browns need improvement in Week 4
The Cleveland Browns aren’t a bad team, they’re just not executing correctly right now. Heading into Week 4, these are the main areas they need to improve upon to get a win
No one expected the Cleveland Browns to start this season at 1-2. They simply have too much talent on both sides of the ball to have struggled out of the gates the way they have.
What’s most frustrating about this start is that it hasn’t been just one thing. In each of their two losses, we saw all sorts of problems popping up. There were more penalties in the Week 1 loss to the Tennessee Titans than in any game in recent memory.
As for the loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3, there were play-calling blunders, bad passes, and an overall lack of attention to detail. The Browns, so far, have played like an undisciplined team and that reflects in their record.
Thankfully, the season is still young and they’re really not far behind in the AFC North race at all. With the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals sitting at 0-3, the Browns are in second place behind the 2-1 Baltimore Ravens — and that’s just the first of their six divisional games.
With all that being said, Cleveland could actually be in first place this time next week if they take care of business against the Ravens. Of course, they will have to play much better than they did this past week against the Rams.
Here, we dive into the five main areas that the Browns will need to improve in Week 4 if they want to steal a road win against the hated Baltimore Ravens.