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

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2. The weapons are still there

Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry and Nick Chubb are all healthy. Get them on the field and you’ve got to like your chances.

Getting them the ball is another story. For some reason, the Browns can’t get OBJ the ball through the air. Some are criticizing the Browns for the “gadget” plays, where OBJ throws, for example. To that, I’d argue OBJ’s pass to Landry was one of the few plays that worked.

Beckham has four receptions for 47 yards in his last two games.

Kitchens will also likely remember Chubb, his second-year running back who’s averaging 5.2 yards per carry.

Ideally, Rashard Higgins will also play. The Colorado State product was one of Baker’s biggest targets, yet he’s been hurt (knee) and hasn’t played all season. He was a full go in practice just before the Browns flew to California, but Higgins still wasn’t able to play in the game.

Against the 49ers, the Brown lost sight of the tight-end spot, as personnel in that department was virtually non-existent. Ricky Seals-Jones went from the star of the Baltimore win to a guy who could’ve been replaced by the long snapper and no one would’ve known against the 49ers.