Game between Browns and Texans due to delay due to high winds and hail in Cleveland


The start of the Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans Week 10 game has been delayed by at least 30 minutes, according to FOX. Those present witnessed thunderstorm conditions including high winds and hail.

According to, northeast Ohio is under a severe thunderstorm warning and remains in effect until 1:30 p.m. ET. The radar noted wind gusts to 70 mph and damage could ensue. The temperature is currently 60 degrees and dropping. Strong winds will be present throughout the match.

CBS Sports senior fantasy writers Jamey Eisenberg, Heath Cummings and Dave Richard have incorporated the weather forecast into their Week 10 projections. While quarterbacks Deshaun Watson and Baker Mayfield can be adversely affected, it also means a potentially important day. for running backs Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt and Duke Johnson. Full fantastic screenings can be found on CBS Sports.

The Browns, who are 5-3, are coming off a week off. Their previous encounter with the Las Vegas Raiders was also affected by inclement weather. Field scoring attempts reacted the same to a knuckleball throw and the quarterbacks had a tough afternoon pushing the ball down. The Texans are 2-6 and their only wins of the season have come against Jacksonville.

Stay tuned to CBS Sports for more details.


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