Four reasons Cleveland Browns will sneak by Cowboys in Week 4

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3. Myles’ moment

For the Browns to win, Myles Garrett needs to have the biggest game of his career–no pressure, right?

Fortunately, Garrett is balling out this season. In his last two games, he’s been responsible for two impactful sacks that resulted in fumbles, plus, he’s second in the NFL with 19 pressures (with Joey Bosa). Only Aaron Donald has more (20.

For the Browns to get the win in Dallas, Garrett, and the rest of the defensive line, must generate pressure on Prescott. The Cowboys’ receiving corps is too good, and unfortunately, Cleveland’s secondary has seen better days.

Terrance Mitchell has been solid on the outside, but it remains unclear if Greedy Williams (shoulder) and Denzel Ward (groin) will play. Andrew Sendejo is a liability at safety, while Cedrick Wilson or CeeDee Lamb will be problematic for whomever covers the slot.

If Prescott has all day to throw, it could be a long day, however, if Garrett and the line can generate pressure, ideally, Prescott will be forced into some mistakes.