5 Reasons Why The Cleveland Browns Will Beat The St. Louis Rams

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Oct 4, 2015; San Diego, CA, USA; Cleveland Browns middle linebacker

Karlos Dansby

(56) warms-up before the game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

The Cleveland Browns nearly knocked off the Denver Broncos from the undefeated list in the NFL. After a difficult loss, Browns look to rebound with a win in Week 7. Will this be the week for Cleveland that all three areas of the game plays a complete game?

Fresh off of a heartbreaking loss last Sunday, the Cleveland Browns travel to Missouri to take on the St. Louis Rams. The Rams are all over the place this year. They have defeated the Seattle Seahawks and went to Arizona and beat the Cardinals.

On the other hand, they have lost to the Washington Redskins and lost to the Michael Vick led Pittsburgh Steelers at home while only scoring 6 points.

St. Louis have had high scoring games, low scoring games, and they have won and loss both. That makes it hard to identify just what the Rams game plan is.

The Rams brings to Sunday’s game a great pass rush, a very good running game, and a decent passing game to the party.

While they do not have many big household names on the roster they still have a solid team overall. Fortunately for the Browns, the Rams will not be able to win Sunday’s contest with just a pass rush and run game alone.

Here are my five reasons on why the Browns will beat the Rams on Sunday.

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