Cleveland Browns vs New York Giants: predictions for Sunday night football


CLEVELAND, Ohio – It’s Sunday Night Football as the Browns arrive in prime time for the second week in a row against the Giants. Both teams have a lot to play in this one. The Giants are fighting to stay alive in the NFC East. The Browns are set to end the league’s longest playoff drought.

Here are the staff predictions for Sunday’s game.

Doug Lesmerises (12-1): Browns 35, Giants 16

The Browns recover their best corner, the Giants lose their best corner; The Browns quarterback is on the rise, Giants quarterbacks are question marks.

Mary Kay Cabot (8-5): Browns 34, Giants 17

Freddie Kitchens’ grudge match does not end well for him.

Hayden Grove (8-5): Browns 35, Giants 24

The Browns didn’t make THE statement, but they did make a statement: they are NOT the same old Browns. They will prove it by putting behind them a tough loss to Baltimore and winning Sunday Night Football.

Dan Labbe (8-5): Browns 28, Giants 21

Freddie Kitchens no longer wears brown and orange, so it doesn’t matter in the outcome of it.

Scott Patsko (8-5): Browns 31, Giants 23

Freddie Kitchens will be calling plays and Kevin Zeitler, Jabrill Peppers, Jabaal Sheard and maybe even Colt McCoy will be on the court. But the Browns overcome the ghosts of past failures.

Terry Pluto (8-5): Browns 27, Giants 17

Can you say 10-4?

Ellis Williams (8-5): Browns 31, Giants 17

The Browns have never lost a consecutive game under Kevin Stefanski. This trend continues behind a more balanced attacking game plan in New York.

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