Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Cleveland Browns that can ruin Week 11

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Every Philadelphia Eagles fan knows the Browns’ offense is loaded.

The Browns have finally found the right coach in Kevin Stefanski. Even without Odell Beckham Jr., this offense has enough weapons to keep Jim Schwartz’s guys busy.

1. Nick Chubb, running back

It’s been quite the football life for Nick Chubb already. He was an SEC Champion in 2017, a Rose Bowl Champion in 2018, and a Pro Bowler in 2019. He has a lot of good football left in him. What makes things even more difficult for the Eagles defense is this. If he takes a break, the Browns have another Pro Bowler that they can plug into the lineup.

2. Kareem Hunt, running back

Kareem Hunt is the other half of Cleveland’s two-headed monster at running back. He made the Pro Bowl in 2017 and has been one of the game’s best tailbacks since he entered the league. If you’re a Birds fan, you have to hope that one or both of them has an off day.

3. Jarvis Landry, wide receiver

Some of you may not know this, but once upon a time, when Jarvis Landry and Beckham Jr. were teammates at LSU, there were times when Landry was actually seen as the better player by a few scouts. While OBJ gets the majority of the headlines, and for good reason, Landry is no slouch. He figures to draw Darius Slay duty in Week 11.

4. Austin Hooper, tight end

Austin Hooper gets a lot of attention and rightfully so. He’s big (six-foot-four). He’s got a nice catch radius. He can run. That’s bad news for a team that has small corners who have trouble in man coverage and linebackers who seemingly can’t cover anyone.

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5. Baker Mayfield, quarterback

Pick on him for all of the commercials or because he gets all of the attention despite being the man many NFL fans and media members see as the weak link on Cleveland’s offense, but Baker Mayfield has some ability. He wouldn’t have been the first-overall pick in 2018 if he didn’t. He can be both hot and cold, so if Philly can make him uncomfortable, it could be a great day.