Cleveland Browns: 3 biggest depth chart challenges vs Colts

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Three depth chart concerns for the Cleveland Browns ahead of Week 5 vs the Colts.

The Cleveland Browns and Indianapolis Colts play one of the more intriguing games on the Week 5 docket.

With the AFC playoff field expanded to seven teams, the Browns and Colts could be two of the teams jockeying for position at the bottom of the field.

Plus, these teams are viewing each other as tests heading into the contest, as both teams have scored victories over weak opponents up to this point. The Browns own the most impressive win between the two teams at this point, with the victory over Dallas last week.

Up this point, the Colts have beaten the Vikings, Jets and Bears. Their loss to to Jacksonville to open the season goes to show how Week 1 can often time be Fool’s Gold.

The Colts are slight favorites heading into the game, and that has to do with the Browns’ defense–especially the secondary. That said, with the statue of Otto Graham outside the stadium being more mobile than Phillip Rivers, Myles Garrett should feast, especially with Indy’s line banged up by injuries.

That said, there are some concerns heading into the contest, as Kevin Stefanski must figure out these three depth chart conundrums ahead of the contest.