Once again, it's time for some Cleveland Browns playoff football. After missing out on the tournament for the past two seasons, Cleveland is back for more postseason action. As the No. 5 seed, they'll hit the road to take on the Houston Texans, who clinched the No. 4 seed.
Houston comes in at 10-7, which is an inferior record to the Browns 11-6 mark. They also lost to Cleveland in Week 16. However, they won their division which means they get to play host in this one. For the Browns, this is significant since they were 3-5 on the road this year as opposed to 8-1 at home.
The good news is that one of those road wins was in Houston, so they'll have more than enough confidence — even with C.J. Stroud being healthy this time around. They're also well rested since Joe Flacco, Myles Garrett, Amari Cooper, and many other starters sat out in Week 18.
Perhaps the fresh legs will be enough for them to drop more than 30 points once again on Houston. If so, they stand a good chance of moving on to the Divisional Round. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let's see how everyone can catch the game on Saturday.
Browns vs. Texans game information
The Browns are favored slightly heading into this one thanks in large part to their talented defense. However, the performance of Joe Flacco and the offense has been sensational over their past five games. This one should have plenty of fireworks, so make sure to tune in.