5 reasons banged up Cleveland Browns will buck Broncos in Week 7

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The Cleveland Browns are 3-3 and the alarms are ringing, with some both local and national pundits declaring Kevin Stefanski’s team as the biggest disappointment of the the 2021 season.

For as much money was poured into the defensive, the stocks of some players are crashing.

The Cleveland Browns have a problem beating good teams, a conundrum that dates back to the 2020 season. Pounding the doormats proved productive for last year’s Browns though, as a playoff berth awaited.

If Stefanski is going to get his squad back to the postseason, they’re going to have to find a way to pull out a victory.

This one looked like an easy win back when the schedule came out, but injuries are certainly making thing interesting. For what it’s worth, the early line from WynnBET has Cleveland as four-point favorites, even with Cleveland’s long list of injuries.

This one is at home, which helps, and its imperative the Browns win jus to keep pace with the rest of the AFC North.

Baltimore has Lamar Jackson, but their defense has been incredible is a huge reason the Ravens are 5-1. The Bengals franchise quarterback has his team at 4-2. They’ve got some easy wins, but a little confidence can go a long way for a team like that.

Even the Steelers keep hanging around, when they were supposed to be left for dead.

The Browns need a win on Thursday night agains the Broncos, and here’s five reasons why they’ll get it.