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Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns: Preview and Prediction

December 15th, 2013 at 8:59 AM
By Jeff D. Gorman

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As the Cleveland Browns try to break a four-game losing streak, they face a loaded Chicago Bears offense on a team that loves to play in the cold weather.

That’s just one of the Browns’ potential advantages that doesn’t match up with the Bears. For example, Jay Cutler will start at quarterback for the Bears. He is much more likely to throw interceptions than his backup, Josh McCown, who has only been picked off once this year.

However, the Browns defense hasn’t excelled at forcing turnovers this year.

In the same way, the Browns could take advantage of the Bears run defense, which is the worst in the NFL. Unfortunately, the Browns don’t run the ball very well, either.

If the Browns can keep Matt Forte, Brandon Marshall and the electrifying Alshon Jeffery from blowing up the scoreboard, they might have a chance.

The Browns will play their hearts out in their last game of the season in front of the hometown fans, but the Bears just have too many weapons.


Prediction: Chicago 35, Cleveland 31

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