5 reasons Cleveland Browns will pound Patriots in Week 10

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The Cleveland Browns play the next most important game of the season, with Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots on deck in Week 10.

With the divisional and wild card standings jumbled, every game counts for the Browns, who will probably need 11 wins to make the playoffs.

It’s going to be a dog fight and the schedule is unrelenting.

Getting a win in New England is entirely possible, but it’s going to be tough. Belichick is Belichick and Mac Jones is capable of playing well.

The Browns were struck by the devastating news of Nick Chubb and Demetric Felton testing positive for Covid, though, and losing their best offensive player has clearly affected the spread.

As of Wednesday, the Patriots were 1-point favorites, according to WynnBET, so basically. pick ’em game, but a little surprising after watching Kevin Stefanski’s offense get back on track in Cincinnati.

There’s an outside chance Chubb could play (with a negative test), but he’s certainly not someone Cleveland can count on right now.

It’s going to be tough, but here’s five reasons the Browns can upset the Patriots in Foxboro.