Can the Cleveland Browns remain in the hunt for a playoff spot?
The Cleveland Browns are starting off hot, sitting at 7-3 for the first time in a quick minute/ Behind Kevin Stefanski’s play-calling, there’s a chance that Cleveland will return to the postseason for the first time in 18 years.
They first will however have to get past the Jacksonville Jaguars down in Duval County.
The Jaguars season can only be described as a burning pit of unknown. Doug Marrone remains employed after losing nine straight games entering the weekend. Meanwhile, Gardner Minshew and Minshew mania appears to be over as the team will start Mike Glennon against the Browns’ defensive front.
For Cleveland, they will be without star pass rusher Myles Garrett for the second-straight week. Garrett, who was leading in the NFL in sacks entering Week 11, tested positive for COVID-19 and missed last Sunday’s outing against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Browns will make history as well Sunday afternoon when Callie Brownson becomes the first female to be an interim positional coach with the tight ends. She will fill in for tight ends coach Drew Petzing, who will not make the trip after his wife gave birth to their first child Saturday morning. This will be her second time coaching a position as she started her professional career back in 2018 with Darmouth.
Cleveland’s run game has been the reason for the team’s success offensively all season. With the return of Nick Chubb, Cleveland could establish the best 1-2 combination moving into the final month of action. Chubb bounced back in Week 10 against the Houston Texans and rushed for back-to-back 100-yard games.
How to watch Browns vs. Jaguars
Cleveland and Jacksonville will kickoff at 1:15 p.m. ET at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla. The game will be nationally televised on CBS. To watch, make sure to check out this live stream on the NFL streams subreddit community.