The Cleveland Browns welcome the Chicago Bears with a 1-1 record, but there are still a few questions that need answering.
The Cleveland Browns head into week three with a 1-1 record, but unfortunately, fans still have a bad taste in their mouth after an unconvincing win vs. an undermanned Houston Texans team. The Browns left the field Sunday with a 31-21 win, but the game was certainly much closer than that throughout the day.
Not only did the defense struggle to stop the Texans offense who had a quarterback with zero NFL experience in the second half, but the offense also stubbed its toe multiple times and had two turnovers. But hey, in the NFL, a win is a win.
There is plenty of other good news for the Browns. One, it appears that Odell Beckham may be ready to make his debut on Sunday. Although the offense will lose Jarvis Landry for a few weeks, the speed and big-play ability of Beckham will be welcomed back with open arms.
The other thing to keep track of is the records within the division. All three teams sit at 1-1, so the difficult loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in week one has done zero harm so far.
Baltimore rebounded nicely for a win vs. the Chiefs in week two, and we will learn a lot about the Bengals and Steelers as they face off in Week 3. Remember, the Browns don’t face an AFC North opponent until the Steelers come to town in Week 8.
It’s time to put the win to bed and focus on the Chicago Bears. A team with a great defense and a ton of questions on offense. Here are the three biggest questions the Browns need to answer heading into week three.