23 Sep

The Browns look for their third win as they host the Los Angeles Chargers; three keys

Tim Whelan CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns are coming off their biggest win since 2014. They defeated the Baltimore Ravens 12-9 in the final seconds of overtime in Week Five to improve to 2-2-1 on the season. Kicker Greg Joseph made a 37 yard field goal to clinch the victory. Now the Browns will play host to the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers are coming off an impressive 26-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders and are 3-2 on the season.Here are three keys for a Browns victory: 1. Slowing down a future hall of famer:  First Energy Stadium is just over an hour away from Canton. Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers is well on his way to Canton once his career is over. If Drew Brees is the most underrated quarterback in the NFL. Then Rivers should be a close second. Rivers will be heading to Canton and will become a hall of famer one day. Rivers has 13 touchdowns, two interceptions, 1,495 yards, and 116.4 rating. Needless to say, the Cleveland Browns defense, which ranks 27th against the pass. Will have their hands full on Sunday. Pages: 1 2 3 Related Topics

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