The Cleveland Browns were the most hyped team coming into the 2019 season as many saw them with playoff dreams and a possible Super Bowl berth. All of that talked stopped dead in its tracks after just one week of play and certainly after a few more games.
In order for the team to win double digit games this year, they would have to win all eight of their remaining games to go 10-6.
Nobody believes they can do that….except Myles Garrett.
The standout defensive lineman suggested Friday that the Browns are capable of winning eight in a row, even though they currently sit at 2-6.
That’s some nice confidence to have, but the reality of the situation is the Browns are a bad football team who can’t put together a few solid games to save their lives.
They do have winnable games left as they face Cincinnati twice, and they have a home game against Miami. But that’s only three as they still have to deal with the Steelers twice, the Ravens one more time, and even the Buffalo Bills.