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Week 16: Cleveland Browns

Dec 21, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) reacts in the second quarter at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The entire week leading up to this game will be about the return of Dwayne Bowe. Listen, that has to be the most overblown story in the history of Kansas City sports. We all respect Bowe, but with Johnny Manziel or Josh McCown throwing the ball, are you really that pumped to see Cleveland’s offense? Yeah, me neither.

The Browns actually have a pretty decent roster, but the quarterback situation is going to hold them back. The offense is also without major weapons due to the suspension of Josh Gordon and departure of tight end Jordan Cameron. Frankly, Brian Hartline and Bowe are nice players, but don’t strike fear into the heart.

Kansas City has to beat the Browns. This is the kind of game the Chiefs lost last year, and it cost them the postseason. At home, Cleveland has to be beaten and sent packing.

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