Kansas City rolls into Cleveland winning seven of eight to open the season. Their only loss came at the hands of Tom Brady in a game Kansas City knows they would have won if they had the ball last.
Cleveland will stagger into FirstEnergy Stadium losers of three straight and absorbing the messages of a new head coach and offensive coordinator after Hue Jackson and Todd Hale were dismissed earlier this week.
The situation has “trap” written all over it.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid is a smart guy. He might do well to show his team the film of Buffalo’s destruction of a superior, but napping, Minnesota team in Week 3.
Cleveland has a defense as good as the Bills and a much better offense. Plus, you never know how a coaching change will affect a team. Crazier things have happened than an upset of the presumed Super Bowl favorite in mid-season.
Pat Mahomes’ quest to break every rookie touchdown passing record might insulate him from an off day, but there are a lot of other personalities involved, too.
Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is the interim head coach in Cleveland. He will leave the offense in the hands of Freddie Kitchens. If the rest of the team is as excited about the challenges ahead as quarterback Baker Mayfield is, the Browns might salvage something from this season.
Injuries and notes:
Linebacker Joe Schobert remains questionable for Cleveland Sunday. Wide receivers Rashard Higgins and Da’mari Scott are also listed as questionable but expected to play.
Chiefs’ linebacker Justin Houston returned to practice Wednesday. Kansas City can use him after his replacement, Joe Zombo (hamstring), and fellow linebacker Anthony Higgins (ribs) were knocked out of last week’s game.
Tyreek Hill strained his groin during last week’s game and is questionable for the Cleveland game. That would be a huge hit to the Chiefs’ offense.
Cleveland’s interim coach has no head coaching experience. His biggest claim to fame was his suspension for running New Orleans’s system of paying bonuses for certain defensive hits some years back.
It seems almost unfair to pit him against Andy Reid in his first game. Reid continues to work his magic in Kansas City where it looks like his Chiefs will roll to their fourth straight division title.
How to watch the Browns-Chiefs game
NFL fans across most of the Midwest will receive this game compliments of CBS Sports. That means you can watch the live stream Browns-Chiefs game on Fubo TV.
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Who will win the Browns-Chiefs game?
Well… anything can happen… on any given Sunday. That’s why they play the games. But… Cleveland didn’t exactly put Paul Brown in charge of the team while they search for Jackson’s replacement.
Reid and Mahomes would rather roll over a team in trouble than look past them.