Cleveland Browns: 4 players to watch on the Bengals

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PITTSBURGH, PA – SEPTEMBER 26: Logan Wilson #55 of the Cincinnati Bengals in action against the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 26, 2021 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

The Cleveland Browns will look to put all the drama of this week behind them when they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals this Sunday.

The Cleveland Browns have had one hell of a week thus far, but the focus needs to shift to leaving Cincy with a win. The ultimate solution to any sort of issue is winning.

Cincinnati is surprising a lot of folks this season, sitting at 5-3, while the Browns are 4-4. Both teams are coming off losses in Week 7 and are looking to bounce back with a pivotal AFC North win.

Cleveland is 0-1 in the division and the Bengals are 2-0.

Cincinnati is loaded on offense and is a lot better than people anticipated on defense. If the Browns want to silence the doubters and emerge victoriously they must be wary of these four players.

4. LB Logan Wilson

Second-year linebacker Logan Wilson is having a great season so far. He leads the team in total tackles with 72 and 40 solo tackles. He ranks in the top-10 in the league in tackles. Four of those tackles are for loss.

He also has four interceptions on the year, proving that Baker Mayfield will have to know where he is at on every play. Wilson has shown he can drop in coverage and make plays wherever the ball is.

Last week against the Jets, Wilson had 10 solo tackles and assisted on three others. He also played on 95 percent of the defensive snaps.

The sophomore backer is one of the key reasons this defense has played well through the first eight games.

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