Source:.local10.com

New season – old problems in Cleveland. Yes, you guessed it. They have problems with their Quarterbacks. There is no franchise in the NFL that changed more QBs in the past decade than Cleveland Browns. They just can’t find that stability that you need at the most important position in football.

Robert Griffin III went down in Week 1, and Josh McCown was set to take over for him. But, he also got injured, and the Browns don’t know what to do now. Cody Kessler is likely to be involved in their game plans, but Charlie Whitehurst is now also an option for Hue Jackson. Either way, it’s not looking good for the Browns.

And it’s a shame really since they have some big-time Wideouts ready to destroy opposing defenses. Pryor looks good at Wide Receiver position; Coleman has shown why we should expect big things from him in the future. And yes, they have Josh Gordon coming back soon. They will be an interesting team to watch.

Source:Zimbio.com
Source:Zimbio.com

At the moment, they are not, nor are they better than the Miami Dolphins. Fins had two tough losses in Weeks 1 and 2. Looked good on some occasions, but looked terrible on some as well. Both their offense and defense showed some flashes of brilliance and they should look good against, at the present time, woeful Browns team.

Dolphins are the favorites in this matchup. And they should end up victorious. It won’t surprise us if they drop this game. After all, it’s the Fins. Still, we are picking them to win this one 24:10.