Philadelphia Eagles versus Cleveland Browns: 4 bold predictions

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3. The Philadelphia Eagles offensive line will contain the Browns pass rush.

This may be the boldest prediction of the game. Miles Garrett is out, but Philly may have been able to contain him had he played. Garrett currently leads the NFL in sacks, and he’s given offensive lines nightmares.

Without him, the Browns will still have some playmakers available. See Larry Ogunjobi, Olivier Vernon, and Sheldon Richardson, but Philly’s O-line should still be able to neutralize the Browns’ pass rush.

4. The Philadelphia Eagles defense will hold the Browns under 100 rushing yards.

This may seem like a shallow bar to set, but as of now, the Browns are averaging over 150 rushing yards per game. Now, running back Nick Chubb has missed some time due to injury, but if Jim Schwartz can scheme correctly and the Eagles’ defensive front and linebackers can execute, containing Cleveland’s rushing attack may not be too tall of an order.

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This Philadelphia Eagles team does not have an easy task in front of them on either side of the ball. As much as the Browns franchise may have been laughable in the past, they are a well-rounded team this year that will capitalize on any mistake a team makes. The Eagles must come prepared to this Week 11 matchup and need to show not only Philly fans but for themselves that their still plenty of fight left in this team. Final Score Prediction: Eagles 34, Browns 31