Predicting the Browns final 6 games with Deshaun Watson at quarterback
Browns at Bengals
In recent memory, the Browns have had the Bengals’ number, winning five straight and eight of the last nine meetings. That obviously means nothing in terms of the game being played in Cincinnati a week from Sunday, but that has to have some sort of psychological effect on both teams.
A win for the Browns will go a long way in the division as they currently sit at 2-1, while the Bengals are 1-3, losing to all three divisional opponents. As of late, Joe Burrow and company have played a lot better and are a scary team for anyone to face.
Cincinnati is 0-4 against the Browns with Burrow starting for them. He has missed two meetings due to injury and the final week of last season when the Bengals rested their starters. Burrow has a bevy of weapons in Ja’Marr Chase – who should be back by then after dealing with an injury – Tee Higgins, and Tyler Boyd. The Browns’ secondary must step up to the challenge again this time around.
In Week 8, on Halloween night, Cleveland was victorious in Cleveland in beat-down fashion, 32-13. The Bengals have since found their groove, so this upcoming game, on the road, will not be a walk in the park.
Browns 30, Bengals 24