Week 8: Nov. 1 – Las Vegas Raiders
John Gruden and the Raiders come to town week 8, and luckily for the Browns, it will be after facing Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the week before. Look for a worn-down Raiders team to struggle with the one o’clock kickoff and be too much too overcome. That’s right Cleveland fans, the Browns will be 6-2 halfway through the season, with a 3-1 division record heading into the bye week.
Week 9: Nov. 8 – Bye Week
After a tough schedule to begin the 2019 season, it’s great to see the Redskins and Bengals twice on the schedule early. If Kevin Stefanski is the real deal, the Browns will be in a perfect spot to make a playoff surge. Let’s hope that everyone will remain healthy and can rest up during the week off.
Week 10: Nov. 15 – Houston Texans
Bill O’Brien continues to make questionable trades, but somehow, he keeps his team competitive. Deshaun Watson is a top-five quarterback and will have too much firepower for the Browns in a week ten matchup. Unfortunately, a rested Browns team will disappoint the home crowd and drop another game to the Texans.
Week 11: Nov. 22 – Philadelphia Eagles
Possibly the two toughest back to back games all season comes after the bye. After a tough loss to the Texans, unfortunately, the Browns will continue their slump vs. the Eagles and drop another game at home. Andrew Berry will want this win vs. his former team, but after falling to 6-4 the Browns will have to focus on rebounding in week 12.
Week 12: Nov. 29 – at Jacksonville Jaguars
After two losses in a row, the Jaguars will be the perfect opponent for the Browns to get their season back on track. Look for the Browns to get back to the ground and pound game, and for Nick Chubb to have a big game on the ground. The defense will have a chance to get back on track vs. a young Gardner Minshew who can be forced into mistakes.
Record for Nov: 2-2
Overall record: 7-4