2. Linebacker Khalil Mack
Khalil Mack, like Allen Robinson, is not off to the hottest of starts, but that doesn’t mean he can’t flip the switch at any moment.
In Week 2, he did record his first sack of the season, so momentum is in his favor, which will be a test to the vaunted Browns offensive line.
Along with the sack, Mack had two tackles, one of which was for a loss, and a quarterback hit. Mack will look to get to Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield early and often, especially since Mayfield’s shoulder popped out and then back in this past Sunday.
Mack entered the season as the 23rd best player in the NFL and he will look to enhance that number on Sunday afternoon in Cleveland.
For the past six seasons, Mack has made the Pro Bowl and he can certainly dictate a game at any given moment. The Browns need to have a heavy game plan for him and keep him as far away from Mayfield as possible.
The likes of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt will also want to avoid the big hits from Mack but have shown they can do that and make any defender look silly.
If Mack is able to make an impact, the Bears will have a shot to upset the Browns on Sunday.