Biggest questions Cleveland Browns need to answer vs the Seattle Seahawks
The Cleveland Browns traveled across the country and took on the 49ers on Monday Night Football. Unfortunately for the Browns and their fans, they forgot their bye week was week seven and not week five. As the Browns head into their week six matchup with the Seattle Seahawks we take a look at the biggest questions the team is facing.
Coming out of a game with the San Francisco 49ers that supplied more questions than answers, the Cleveland Browns will face the Seattle Seahawks on a short week. While not ideal physically, playing sooner rather than later might be just what the Cleveland Browns need mentally.
With the 49ers game being forced in the rearview, the Browns have to put all of their focus on Russell Wilson and company. If the Browns can’t put last week behind them things could get just as ugly this week.
The Seahawks come into the week six contest sporting a record of 4-1 and coming off a mini-bye week, getting an extra three days to prepare for the Browns. The one slight advantage the Browns will have is they are playing a 1 pm game at home.
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For the Seahawks and their internal clocks, the game will be taking place at 10 am. This will be the second time this season that the Seahawks have made the dreaded west coast to east coast trip for a 1 pm game. At this point, the Browns will take any advantage they can get.
With the sky falling around them, it is imperative that the Browns put their best foot forward against the Seahawks. After watching how the 49ers were able to show up to do the Browns, the Seahawks are going to be licking their chops and looking to do the same.
It’s still a little early to call this a must-win game, but with the New England Patriots waiting on the other side of the bye week getting a win here would provide some much-needed optimism.
Now with that being said, let’s go over some of the biggest questions the Browns need to answer vs the Seattle Seahawks.