The Cleveland Browns got a huge win on Sunday vs. the Bengals, but there are still a ton of questions that need answered for this team to be successful.
Well, Cleveland Browns fans can all breathe easy again after coming away victorious in a must-win game last weekend. However, now every single game becomes that important.
At 5-4 the Browns still control their own destiny, but this week’s game vs. the New England Patriots is another must-win game. With the Baltimore Ravens continuing to find ways to win games even when it appears they have no chance, beating another wild-card contender is a necessity.
The Odell Beckhamless Cleveland Browns looked great again on Sunday after struggling most of the season. Not only was the offense in sync and hitting on huge plays, but the defense was also fantastic.
They did give up some yards in the first half, but they forced three turnovers and sacked Joe Burrow five times.
It remains to be seen if the Browns can duplicate another performance like this, but if they want to have another chance at the playoffs in 2021, they certainly must this weekend.
The New England Patriots are as strange of a team as you will see in the NFL. They started the season with a loss to the Dolphins, but have beaten the Chargers, and have close losses to the Buccaneers and the Cowboys.
The Patriots are 5-4, but I would say the only impressive win is vs. the Chargers. Their other wins are vs the Panthers, Texans, and Jets twice. They have a young quarterback who can make plays but is not really a guy who can throw the ball 50 times and bring the team back.
Even coming off a successful week vs. the Bengals, the Cleveland Browns still have a lot of questions that need to be answered this week. Here are the three biggest ones.