Cleveland Browns: 5 reason Browns will stun Russell Willson, Seattle Seahawks in Week 6

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Five reasons the Cleveland Browns bounce back from a humiliating defeat to stun Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks in Week 6.

Looking to bash the Cleveland Browns? Lineup, because everyone’s taking their shots.

Richard Sherman is making up stories about Baker Mayfield and handshakes. Nick Bosa embarrassed Mayfield over something that happened two years ago. The Browns can’t get OBJ any passes and the Browns in a five-receiver empty sets equates into a death sentence for their second-year quarterback.

To top it all off: The Browns made their running backs coach the head coach. I like Freddie Kitchens. It will work. I think it will work. It has to work (fetal position whispering).

Anyway, the Browns played one of their worst games of the expansion era, humiliating themselves and their fan base on Monday Night Football.

Now, Cleveland gets another true Super Bowl contender, the Seattle Seahawks in Week 6.

Russel Wilson is playing as well as ever after signing a $140 million extension, having thrown 12 touchdown against zero interceptions. The former second baseman for the Asheville Tourists will be playing his first game in Cleveland.

The line for the game has Seattle favored by 2 points, but interestingly, Cleveland was favored by 2.5 before the nightmare in the Bay Area.

I write this column every week. I truly always believe the Browns will win. Five reasons were a little tougher to come by in Week 6, though. But here you go…why the Browns will stun Wilson and the Seahawks.