5 Bold Cleveland Browns predictions in final two weeks of season

Browns, Myles Garrett. Mandatory Credit: Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports
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Sep 26, 2021; Cleveland, Ohio, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) celebrates a sack during the second half against the Chicago Bears at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports /

Cleveland Browns Bold Prediction No. 3: Myles Garrett will reach 20 sacks on the season

Myles Garrett stands at 15 sacks so far this year. He now has the record for most sacks by a Brown all time. He has these next two games to reach 20 sacks and based on how he’s done in the past against the Steelers and the Bengals I believe he’ll reach that mark.  He has six sacks against the Steelers in his career and six and a half against the Bengals.

He was credited with one and a half sacks against the Bengals and one sack against the Steelers in his matchups with both teams earlier this year. A year ago, he recorded three sacks against the Bengals, so obtaining five more sacks between these next two games is possible. He has been hindered by a groin injury these last few weeks, but I look for Garrett to step up big in both these next two games.

Cleveland Browns Bold Prediction No. 4: Jarvis Landry will triple his touchdowns on the season

With only one receiving touchdown to his credit this year, Jarvis Landry is due a few more before this regular season comes to a close. He has two more touchdowns on rushes this year, but his one touchdown receiving is the worst of his career.

Landry had his most touchdowns as a Brown in 2019 when he caught six. His overall numbers have all been down since he arrived in Cleveland from the Miami Dolphins back in 2018. In his last season with the Dolphins, he had nine scores.

These last two years with the Browns have been some of his worst in the NFL since he began his career in 2014. This year in 10 games he’s only totaled 452 yards. He had one game this year where he climbed over 100 yards in a game. The Browns will need Landry to step up in these next two games if they are going to have a chance at the victories.

Cleveland Browns Bold Prediction No. 5: Browns win out and make playoffs

Yes, I said it and it is a real possibility. The Browns truly face elimination now in these next two games and their backs are against the wall. Last season, Cleveland had to beat the Steelers in the regular-season finale, and they came through and beat a team they had a history of losing to.

The following week Cleveland humiliated Pittsburgh in the first-round playoff game and left Ben Roethlisberger crying on the bench. This season the Browns lost to a mediocre Steeler squad because they played poorly and made too many mistakes in the closing moments of the game. I see the Browns stepping up and playing a big game and winning on Monday Night Football.

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In the last week of the season, the Cincinnati Bengals will visit Cleveland. It’ll likely be ice cold and a snowstorm on January 9th when they play. The Browns will look to their best offensive player in Nick Chubb to carry them to a win and the AFC North Division title. Book it!