4 Reasons the Cleveland Browns will beat Miami Dolphins in Week 10
By Randy Gurzi
The Cleveland Browns need a win in Week 10 and here are four reasons they will get that against the Miami Dolphins
A win in Week 8 changed quite a bit for the Cleveland Browns. They’re still just 3-5 on the season but they’re 2-1 in the AFC North and have just three more games until Deshaun Watson is allowed to return to the field.
Those games will be tough as they face the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers but that doesn’t mean Cleveland can’t reel off a couple of wins in that stretch. In fact, we look at four reasons to believe they’ll start this stretch off with a win in Week 10 over Miami.
4 Reasons the Browns will beat Miami in Week 10
4. Jacoby Brissett is zeroed in
Until Watson returns, Jacoby Brissett is the man under center. That’s been the case for eight games and it will be for the next three as well.
While he knows his job is temporary, Brissett has been a solid leader. He’s played as well as can be expected and has kept the offense focused.
Now heading to Miami, where he was a starter in 2021, Brissett says he doesn’t care about going home — he was also born and raised in Florida — but that winning is the only thing that matters.
Of course, much more goes into a win than simple words but the Browns are starting to sound like a confident team. Chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta said as much recently when he stated that good things are on the way in the second half of the season for Cleveland.
It’s been nice to see a little swagger coming back as this team was struggling to find much hope during their four-game losing streak but suddenly sees a reason to believe.