How much of a problem will the Browns present for the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11?
It’s not going to happen, so don’t ask. There’s no way the Cleveland Browns are climbing above number three on this power ranking. All we talk about is the Browns turning the corner and making the playoffs, and then, the season rolls around. Expectation builds. That’s when Cleveland typically does what they’re known for.
They continue to underperform and disappoint a loyal and great fanbase that, honestly, deserves so much more than what they’ve been getting, lots of promises that usually result in very little to show for them.
Their quarterback, Baker Mayfield, has more acting credits than playoff wins. Their best receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., continues to waste his prime years on bad teams. Yes, the heart of any NFL fan wants us to say the Browns will shine in 2020 (unless you cheer for Pittsburgh), but at this point, that’s quickly becoming one of those things that we’ll believe when we see it transpire. So far, that hasn’t happened.