The Cleveland Browns have won two in a row, but there are some questions that need to be answered against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4.
This weekend, the Cleveland Browns will be looking to extend their two-game winning streak to three games, but a tough Vikings team stands in the way.
In Week 3, the Browns defense showed up in a big way, sacking Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields nine times, with Myles Garrett leading the way with four-and-a-half.
The Browns got the win last Sunday, but not without some mistakes and uncertainties. With that said, Cleveland will need to answer these three questions.
Cleveland Browns Question No. 3: What’s up with the offensive line?
The Browns entered the 2021 season with arguably the best offensive line in football, but last week the line didn’t look like that.
First off, left tackle Jedrick Wills did not look like himself as he’s nursing an ankle injury. Multiple times the guy he was supposed to block got to quarterback Baker Mayfield, which against any other team might be a bigger issue.
Cleveland should seriously consider shutting Wills down for a week or two until his ankle can fully heal. If the injury gets any worse, it could spell doom for the Browns late in the season, when the team hopes to be gearing up for a deep playoff run.
The rest of the offensive line was uncharacteristically not themselves this past week. Three times the Browns o-line was flagged, with Joel Bitonio being the culprit twice and Jack Conklin being the other player penalized.
The Browns will need to be more disciplined this week against the Vikings.