The Kansas City Chiefs are sitting atop the NFL as the only team without a blemish on the record.
Week 8 bring the 3-4 Cleveland Browns into Arrowhead for the final home game before the bye week. The Browns are having some offensive struggles as their quarterback of choice Bryan Hoyer went down with injury, and backup Brandon Weeden has been struggling. The Browns defense is more solid than its offense, especially with the news that they are possibly shopping star receiver Josh Gordon around for some draft picks. The Browns also shocked the NFL by trading former 3rd overall pick Trent Richardson to the Colts earlier in the year. While the Browns are looking to the future by accumulating draft picks, this is still a solid team. Below are some of the key players on this team that the Chiefs need to plan for in order to remain unbeaten on the year.
1. Tight End Jordan Cameron
Jordan Cameron is a special kind of player. He is always a threat in the red zone as he has 6 touchdowns on the year. He is one of the favorite targets on the field, and has the ability to open up the game. If the Chiefs hope to keep the Browns out of the end zone they will need to stick close to Cameron
2. Wide Receiver Josh Gordon
Despite the rumors that the Browns want to trade him, Josh Gordon is still a vital part of the Browns offense. Averaging 16.7 yards per catch with two touchdowns and 450 receiving yards, the Chiefs secondary, which has been stellar, will have their hands full with this game changing wide receiver.
3. Defensive End Desmond Bryant
Despite the bad quarterback play from the Browns quarterback Weeden, the defense has been better than you think. Leading the team in sacks is defensive end Desmond Bryant. He creates a presence on the line that has the ability to get after the quarterback. The Chiefs will need to keep the former Raider in check during Sunday’s game to remain undefeated.
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