Nov 5, 2015; Cincinnati, OH, USA; The Cleveland Browns huddle against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals won 31-10. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Another division rivalry continues Sunday. Though the Pittsburgh Steelers have done much better than the Cleveland Browns head to head, this is the week Cleveland knocks off Pittsburgh.
The Cleveland Browns are in the midst of a really demoralizing losing streak. They have been beaten up these last few weeks and lost two of their captains, CB Joe Haden and S Donte Whitner to concussions. Not only that but they have had to deal with trade talks and QB controversy.
All in all it’s been a very negative few weeks for the Browns organization and their fans and now they are going into a game on Sunday against their AFC North rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Steelers are 5-4 and are fighting for a playoff spot while trailing the Cincinnati Bengals in the division. Unfortunately they have run into a bit of bad luck along the way because of injuries to key players.
As a fan who interacts a lot with fellow Browns fans, I can say this is the quietest few days leading up to a Browns/Steelers game I have witnessed in a long time.
While I understand that the Browns are in the midst of a bad 2015 season doesn’t anyone look at this game as a trap game for the Steelers?
Here are five reasons why the Browns will upset the Pittsburgh Steelers:
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