Cleveland Browns: Predicting the outcome of the final 9 games

Cleveland Browns, Myles Garrett. Mandatory Credit: David Dermer-USA TODAY Sports
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Browns, Deshaun Watson. Mandatory Credit: Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports /

Week 13 – At Houston Texans

Not only is this the first week the Browns will have Deshaun Watson as their starting quarterback, but it will also be against his former team the Houston Texans. Houston is one of the bottom feeders this year and is in complete rebuild mode looking for a quarterback.

Not only will the Browns be fired up to play for Watson, but you can also bet he will be highly motivated to show the organization that traded him what they are missing. On the flip side, you will also get the Texans’ best in this one.

The Browns will be too much to handle in this one and get the win It may be closer than some expect, but this roster is too talented to lose to the Texans. At 6-6 with back-to-back divisional games, let’s hope Watson gets back to form quickly.

Week 14 – At Cincinnati Bengals

For whatever reason, the Cleveland Browns continue to have Joe Burrow’s number.  The Bengals rebuilt their offensive line this offseason, but so far it has been extremely disappointing.

Stefanski could have this team with a ton of momentum at this point which should be enough to get a road win in the division which is never easy. I don’t think you’ll see the shellacking the Browns gave the Bengals last year in Cincinnati, but if Burrow continues to struggle it could be a long day for him.

This win would put the Browns above 500 at 7-6 and put them at 3-1 in the division.

Cleveland Browns Record: 7-6