Cleveland Browns: Game-by-predictions for remainder of 2019 season
Home vs. Miami Dolphins (0-6)
Preview: The Dolphins have been an absolute dumpster fire. Miami ranks last or second to last in every major statistic. That won’t change. Browns win. Big. Easily.
Score: Browns 38, Dolphins 10
Away vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-4)
Preview: This will be round two between the AFC North division rivals, and by this time, the race will be very close to being decided. This will be a hotly contested battle at Heinz Field, a place where the Browns haven’t won since 2003.
To make matters worse, 10 out of 16 games played in the stadium have been lost by double-digits. Most of the contests have come at the hands of Ben Roethlisberger, who will not be there this time around.
The Browns will be riding high on a four-game win streak and as confident as ever. They will play inspired football, trying to stake their claim as leaders of the division. Mayfield will play one of his best games of the year, but the Heinz Field curse will stay intact for another year.
In this prediction, Cleveland will lose a game they aren’t supposed to lose to the dismay of their fans and will fall behind the Baltimore Ravens in the division race.
Score: Steelers 28, Browns 27