Five Reasons to Care About Browns-Chicago Bears
You can say draft status, let’s get real six vs. seven does not matter. Most teams have their own lists of their favorite players based solely on scheme fit. These lists likely vary more than the national media tends to portray, and most teams near the top will end up finding their scheme fit.
The fact of the matter is that the Bears need to crush the Browns. They are 3-0 against AFC North teams. They need to finish that off. There needs to be momentum. Mitchell Trubisky needs to feel that confidence. He needs to know he is better than DeShone Kizer, and despite the losses, the Browns are a much less stable organization. Losing to that team in an ugly fashion would kill that confidence.
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It would send this team off on a very sour note and leave their young franchise discouraged, thinking that a team like the Browns is on a higher upswing than them. The Browns need to go out there and win this game, and they need to make sure that they are seeing adequate growth out of the positions for which they are looking for it.