Four reasons Cleveland Browns will sneak by Cowboys in Week 4

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Four reasons the Cleveland Browns will sneak by the Dallas Cowboys in Week 4.

The Dallas Cowboys offer a huge test for the Cleveland Browns in Week 4.

While the Browns have won two in a row, they’ve beaten lesser opponents in Washington and Cincinnati.

Clevelanders know better than to take those victories for granted, though. A win is a win, and the Browns are sitting at 2-1, which beats the heck out of the alternative.

While the Cowboys are just 1-2, Dallas should still be a contender to win the dreadful NFC East, plus, Jerry Jones’ team has far more talent than the Browns have seen the past two weeks.

Another nugget worthing noting for this one: Dallas is allowed to have 21,000 fans in the stands for their home games–by far, the most in the NFL.

The Browns will have to be firing on all cylinders to beat a high-powered Dallas offense that also possesses a an above-average defense.

Here’s four reasons why the Browns can sneak out of Dallas with a win.