3 reasons Cleveland Browns will clip Chargers in Week 5

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The Cleveland Browns and LA Chargers lock horns in Week 5 in SoFi Stadium, and while the Browns had to stave off a tough Vikings team last Sunday, Cleveland finds itself as slight favorites against Justin Herbert and company.

According to WynnBET, the Browns are 1-point favorites.

The Chargers are a worrisome opponent, though, led by second-year sensation and weighing Rookie of the Year, quarterback Justin Herbert.

Plus, it doesn’t help the Brown are going on the road for the second-straight week. Alas, good teams win back-to-back road games, as we heard Kevin Stefanski state in his post-game speech to the team.

The Chargers are averaging a surprisingly low 23.8 points per game, but Herbert is capable of kicking into gear, as we saw from his three-touchdown performance during LA’s 28-14 win against the Raiders last Sunday.

Here’s 3 reasons the Browns should be be to clip the Chargers and move to 4-1 on the season.