The Cleveland Browns will face the Houston Texans at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday.
CLEVELAND — One week faraway from their bye and two weeks faraway from their 16-6 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, the Cleveland Browns (5-3) will look to get again to their successful methods after they host the Houston Texans (2-6) at FirstEnergy Stadium.
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What follows is every thing you have to know concerning the Browns’ Week 10 matchup:
Recreation information, the way to watch on TV, betting line:
Date: Sunday, November 15, 2020
Location: FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio
Stay Stream: Fox Sports activities Stay
Radio: ESPN 850, 92.Three The Fan, 98.5 WNCX
Betting line: Cleveland -3
Over-under level complete: 49
Now in the course of a murkier AFC Playoff image, the Browns enter Sunday’s sport seeking to enhance their place within the Wild Card race by advancing their document to 6-3. In Houston, Cleveland shall be going through an opponent that is higher — and extra gifted — than its 2-6 document signifies, because the Texans have performed the NFL’s third hardest schedule, in line with Energy Rankings Guru’s composite rating.
In Deshaun Watson, the Browns will try to comprise what’s arguably the most effective quarterback they’ve confronted all season since their Week 1 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Thankfully for Cleveland, its roster is the healthiest it has been all season, with Professional Bowl operating again Nick Chubb possessing the potential to return to motion after lacking the Browns’ previous 4 video games with an MCL sprain.
Chubb’s availability and unknown influence on this sport makes it a tough one to choose. Whereas the Browns are a extra even workforce, the Texans have a better upside, not less than on the offensive aspect of the ball the place Watson continues to be one of many sport’s prime signal-callers.
Like a lot of Cleveland’s video games this season, a shootout appears doubtless. I am going to take the workforce with the extra confirmed quarterback in what might be one in every of Sunday’s most enjoyable showdowns.
Closing rating: Texans 35, Browns 31