If Andy Reid and his Kansas City Chiefs defense was looking forward to seeing how many sack the team could get against Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden who is less than mobile, they can put those thoughts to rest. The Browns won’t be staring Weeden against the Chiefs this Sunday.
Kansas City will be facing a Browns team with a quarterback who their head coach thinks gives them the best chance to win. The Chiefs are the only Unbeaten team left in the NFL. Reid has done a great job getting his guys ready to play week in and week out.
Many think the Chiefs have had a easy schedule thus far and they are Undefeated because of this.
Can the Chiefs beat the Browns to go to 8-0 this season? Should this team be worried about this team coming to their home field with a rejuvenated spirit because of the quarterback change and handing them their first loss?
The Chiefs cannot take this Browns team for granted. The Cleveland defense is a top 10 defense this season and they have yet to give up a 100 rushing game. The Chiefs offensive line is going to have to be on their toes with the way the Browns front 7 can come after the quarterback.
Kansas City may not have an easy time passing against the Browns defense either. The defensive secondary seems to be improved this season as well. If Andy Reid and his Chiefs think the Browns are going to just hand them a win, they better rethink this situation. Cleveland doesn’t appear to be ready to throw in the towel on the season just yet and for the Chiefs this could be bad news.
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