How To Watch Pittsburgh Steelers vs Tennessee Titans Live NFL Football Online Tv 2019 Start Time schedule has been released, fans can get a capsule of what the Browns’ season will look like – especially the key match-ups. Luckily, the season begins with a home contest against the Tennessee Titans. And with that first kickoff, it’s officially on.
The Browns are blessed that they are not playing a division foe right off and can get some traction going before they do. Two seasons ago Tennessee was a playoff squad and last year just missed the post-season with a 9-7 record. They are a good team and last year beat the Patriots 34-10 plus the playoff-bound Houston Texans. They cannot find consistency at the QB position but are stout with the run behind RB Derrick Henry plus Pro Bowl OT Taylor Lewan. This one should be close and could go either way in the opener.
In addition to playing every team in the AFC North home and away, this year Cleveland also has games against the AFC Eastern Division. What does that mean? Well, Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl Champs, that’s what it means. If everything that everyone is saying is true about where the Browns should end up this year, then if you are going to become one of the NFL elite clubs you have to play (and beat) the NFL elite clubs.
Let’s take a look at each week’s games and attempt to assimilate a final regular season record.
(All times Eastern)
Week 1: September 8 at home vs. the Titans 1:00 p
Week 2: September 16 at New York Jets 8:15 pm
Right away, the NFL is placing the Browns against the Jets in a Monday night game. They are better this year with the addition of RB Le’Veon Bell, but they also enter this year with a new coach after Todd Bowles was fired following a 4-12 season. It’s hard to imagine New York will get much better this year, but they have early picks in every round of the upcoming NFL draft which should place important players into positions in order to contribute right away. The Jets also added WR Jamison Crowder and former Ravens LB C.J. Mosley. Expect the Baker Mayfield vs. Sam Darnold comparisons all week.
Week 3: September 22 at home vs. Los Angeles Rams 8:20 pm
Remember that part about elite clubs defeating other elite clubs? Well, here is the Browns’ first chance of showing the NFL universe that they are indeed players and no longer playas. Can Cleveland beat the defending NFC Champion Rams? Can Baker Mayfield beat the LA defensive backfield? How can the Rams defend OBJ, Jarvis Landry plus Antonio Callaway? How will the Browns offensive line match up against that treacherous Rams defensive front? Who will stop RB Todd Gurley? This will be one helluva game no matter who wins.
Week 4: September 29 at Baltimore Ravens 1:00 pm
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The Baltimore Ravens are not the same team that captured the division last year, but even so it only makes reason that the Browns will split the series with them, especially on the road.
Week 5: October 7 at San Francisco 49ers 8:15 pm
Another Monday night game? So early? The NFL schedule-makers already know that this team is one that everyone is going to want to watch this year. The Niners may improve from their 4-12 record especially with QB Jimmy Garoppolo finally being healthy, but realistically if they went 8-8 they should consider that a winning season. Last year the 49ers allowed 346.6 yards per game on defense while the offense only scored 21.4 points per contest. This one won’t even be close.
Week 6: October 13 at home vs. Seattle Seahawks 1:00 pm
Very difficult to say what type of team the Seahawks will put on the field this year. On one hand is the NFL’s best paid QB in Russell Wilson, while on the other hand is a damaged bunch of wide receivers such as Doug Baldwin. The defense is nowhere what it used to be with the departures of CB Richard Sherman and SS Earl Thomas with a new address in Baltimore, plus S Kam Chancellor’s reoccurring issues with bone spurs in his neck has spurred thoughts of retirement. A road game here might have become a loss.