5 reasons Cleveland Browns will upend undefeated Cardinals in Week 6

Cleveland Browns Baker Mayfield (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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The schedule of the Cleveland Browns doesn’t let up, as the team gets the undefeated Arizona Cardinals in Week 6. It’s a brutal matchup for a secondary that just got torched, and it’s going to have to be all hands on deck for Kevin Stefanski to get this victory, even at home.

Arizona is quarterbacked by early MVP favorite Kyler Murray, who’s thrown for 10 touchdowns and ran for three more. They’re receiving corps is led by DeAndre Hopkins, a wideout capable of hitting a home run on any given snap.

The Browns sit at 3-2 and are coming off a heartbreaking loss to the Chargers, in which the team scored 42 points. Had the Browns been able to finish in the final minutes of the fourth quarter against the Chiefs and LA, the team could be 5-0.

Fortunately, the Browns return home, but quarterback Baker Mayfield is facing criticism for failing to beat other franchise quarterbacks in the final minutes, while Cleveland’s defense and offensive line has been decimated by injures.

The Browns are favored by 2.5 points, according to WynnBET, which is kind of surprising, so in keeping with that optimism, here’s five reason the Browns will crash the Cardinals in Week 6.