The Cleveland Browns take on the Houston Texans in Week 2 of the 2021 NFL Season. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game
It’s a shot at redemption in Week 2 for the Cleveland Browns who will host the Houston Texans on Sunday. It’s the home opener for Cleveland and all of First Energy Stadium will be ready to erase the sting from their Week 1 loss.
However, they cannot afford to overlook the Texans. In Week 1, Houston looked much more formidable than anyone expected. Sure, we can chalk that up to them playing the Jacksonville Jaguars but that would be taking a pro team lightly — and they proved that can be dangerous when firing on all cylinders.
Still, Cleveland should be able to win this game as long as they stay focused. Let’s take a quick look ahead and see what needs to be known before the two teams take the field.
Browns Injury Report vs Texans Week 2
The following Browns players have been ruled out for today’s game against Houston (courtesy of ClevelandBrowns.com):
Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, Knee
Anthony Walker, LB, Hamstring
The following players have been listed as questionable:
Jedrick Wills, OT, Ankle
Michael Dunn, OG, Back
J.C. Tretter, C, Knee
Anthony Schwartz, WR, Knee
Troy Hill, CB, Hamstring
Odell Beckham, Jr., Grant Delpit Injury Update
Last week, Odell Beckham was a game-time decision but there will be no drama this week. OBJ will not play, meaning Cleveland fans are again waiting to see him hit the field.
As for Grant Delpit, the former second-round pick should make his debut on Sunday. Kevin Stefanski said he expects him to be able to go, which would be his NFL debut.
Browns vs Texans Odds and Betting Pick Week 2
WynnBET’s Week 1 NFL odds have Cleveland coming is as 13 point favorites over the Texans. There’s a real expectation that this could be a one-sided game, and with Cleveland being motivated by a Weel 1 loss, that could very well be the case.
What Channel is the Browns Game On Week 2
Cleveland’s game today will be broadcast on CBS at 1:00 p.m. EST/10:00 a.m. PST
Browns vs Texans Live Stream
Today’s Cleveland vs Houston game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Browns Next Game and Schedule
After the home opener against Houston, Cleveland gets to stick around a little longer as their next game is also at First Energy when they host the Chicago Bears. Here’s a look at their schedule for the next four weeks:
Week 3: vs Chicago Bears
Week 4: at Minnesota Vikings
Week 5: at Los Angeles Chargers
Week 6: vs. Arizona Cardinals