5 reasons the Browns will beat Texans on Sunday

5 reasons the Browns will beat Texans on Sunday

In a division that sent Cleveland and two other teams to the playoffs in 2020, the Browns can least pay for to dig themselves an early 0-2 hole.
5. Lessons found out from last meeting.
It was a season ago at Cleveland that Kevin Stefanskis team made it through a protective battle, 10-7. The victory snapped a five-game losing streak to the Texans which had gone back to 2008. In a contest where the weather was a factor (by means of Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com), the Browns cranked up the ground video game against a Houston defense that would complete dead last against the league vs. the run last season.
Nick Chubb went back to action after missing out on 4 video games and ran for 126 lawns and his teams only touchdown, which didnt come up until the fourth quarter. Kareem Hunt added 104 yards on the ground. All informed, Stefanskis ground attack totaled 231 backyards in the three-point victory.

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI– SEPTEMBER 12: Head coach Kevin Stefanski of the Cleveland Browns looks on versus the Kansas City Chiefs throughout the first half at Arrowhead Stadium on September 12, 2021 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Image by Jamie Squire/Getty Images).

A week back, Kevin Stefanskis club faced the defending AFC champs at Arrowhead Stadium and wound up squandering various 12-point leads on the way to a 33-29 problem (via Jeffri Chadiha of NFL.com). Now the club is at house to face a Houston Texans club that created 37 points en route to win over the Jaguars.

Kevin Stefanskis club comes off a hard loss at Kansas City. Now the Browns host the only team from the AFC South to win in Week 1.