The Cleveland Browns have a core of offensive stars they hope will lead them to the promised land. The Tennessee Titans are hoping to play the role of spoiler as the road team.
Sunday’s Browns and Titans NFL football game will kickoff at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT on CBS Sports where available.
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With Baker Mayfield and Kareem Hunt joined by Odell Beckham Jr. during the offseason, the Browns have gone from the league’s laughing stock at 0-16 two years ago to Super Bowl hopefuls.
That has to be one of the fastest turnarounds in NFL history. That is, assuming the Browns live up to the tremendous amount of hype that has built up over the past six months.
For Beckham Jr this will be his Browns debut even though he’s not 100 percent healthy. Cleveland held him out of every preseason game as he’s dealing with a hip injury.
With all the focus on Cleveland the Titans will quietly walk into this game and try to silent a loud home crowd cheering for the Browns.
Working to the Titans advantage is one of the league’s best defenses returning 9 of its 11 starters. Overall they ranked 3rd among all NFL teams with 18.9 points per game allowed.