A Cleveland Browns fan’s guide to the NFL’s Week 7 action
The Cleveland Browns are on a much-needed bye. While the Browns get healthy and Freddie Kitchens takes game-management classes, here is a guide to the Week 7 action.
Cleveland Browns have an entire week of NFL action to enjoy. Sadly, Week 7 of the season will not feature the Browns in any way. But for the savvy fan wanting to enjoy the action, here is a preview of this week’s games from a pro-Browns slant.
Not every game will be featured. But there are some interesting games out there, plus some games with implications for the Browns.
Sunday 1 p.m. games
The 1 p.m. time slot offers a few interesting games for Browns fans. There is one divisional game, if you are into that, plus a couple Browns opponents if you are of the scouting mindset. Here are some games of note:
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Jacksonville Jaguars (2-4) at Cincinnati Bengals (0-6)
Welcome to the “Feel Good” Bowl. I personally enjoy watching the Cincinnati Bengals for fun. To this day I still call them the Bungles. With the Bengals involved, it is sure to be a sloppy and poorly played game. They are still adjusting to life with a new head coach who looks to be in over his head. Sound familiar? Browns fans watching this game will ultimately feel better about their own team under head coach Freddie Kitchens.
Miami Dolphins (0-5) at Buffalo Bills (4-1)
Welcome to the “I Feel Your Pain” Bowl. The Dolphins almost squeaked out a victory against the struggling Washington Redskins. Honestly, that game was the most winnable game on their schedule this season. Browns fans may enjoy this game knowing there is an excellent chance the Dolphins will be 0-16 this season. We feel your pain Miami. But we are still going to gawk and stare at the dumpster fire praising God it is not the Browns. Things will get better Dolphins fans, hang in there.
Arizona Cardinals (2-3-1) at New York Giants (2-4)
Welcome to the “Is the Air Raid for Real?” Bowl. Here is the battle of two quarterbacks picked very high in the NFL Draft. Kyler Murray’s offense squares off against Daniel Jones‘ squad. With Saquon Barkley back, the Giants may have the Cardinals over-matched. But the Air Raid offense under head coach Kliff Kingsbury is designed to score from anywhere at any time. The Cardinals are starting to figure this offense out. This will be a big test. Is the Air Raid real or just a passing phase? In my opinion, this is the game to watch Sunday at 1 p.m.