Cleveland Browns schedule release: 2021 full-season predictions

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Week 6 vs. Arizona – Oct. 17

The Arizona Cardinals will be a very interesting team this season as they tried to get better quickly with the addition of All-Pro defensive end J.J. Watt. While he can’t fix all the issues, quarterback Kyler Murray will enter year 3 of the NFL at his best.

While the Browns were bit by the travel last week, I think that once again is the difference-maker in this matchup, but it benefits the Browns. This will be a high-scoring matchup, but the ground and pound game of the Browns will be too much to handle for the Cardinals.

Prediction: 31-28 Browns.

Week 7 vs. Denver – Oct. 21

The Denver Broncos have a ton of talent on their roster and only lack in one position.  Unfortunately, their lacking position is quarterback, which is by far the most important team on the roster. After making a deal for Teddy Bridgewater, it unclear if he or Drew Lock will get the start. By week 7, I wouldn’t be surprised to see either-or.

The Broncos defense will be able to keep this a decent game, but the Browns will once again leave victorious. The defensive unit will have really started to gel, and the Broncos will have very little luck moving the football. Let’s not forget this Thursday Night matchup in Cleveland will give the Browns a huge advantage as fans will be fired up.

Prediction: 27-17 Browns.

After seven weeks and still no AFC North opponent, the Browns are at a comfortable 5-2, with everything yet to prove.