Predicting the final 6 Cleveland Browns games in 2019
Week 12 vs. Miami Dolphins
Coming off their win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns get to play against a team with just two wins. The third and final game of their current home-stand, Cleveland welcomes the Miami Dolphins to FirstEnergy Stadium.
Despite winning the past two games, Miami isn’t a great team. They’ve struggled in just about every facet of the game and they’re about to face a team that has a lot to prove.
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The Browns won their last two games but no one is talking about that due to the Myles Garrett fight and subsequent suspension. His absence will be felt, especially considering their lack of depth at defensive end — and the fact that Olivier Vernon has been out as well with an injury.
Thankfully, second-year edge rusher Chad Thomas has been playing better than expected. On top of that, Miami’s offensive line might actually be worse than Cleveland’s. That means the defense should have no problems keeping this score low and that will play right into the hands of the Browns as they can control the clock with Nick Chubb.
During their latest win, Chubb became the first Cleveland running back to top 1,000-yards on the ground since Peyton Hillis back in 2010. They’ll also have Kareem Hunt on the field for the third game in a row, and he should get plenty of touches as well.
In the end, the Browns win this one easily and the fans start to get really excited.
Result: Cleveland wins