The Cleveland Browns face the Houston Texans on Sunday, Oct. 15 in NFL Week 6 of the 2017 season. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
This one should be a lot of fun. Not necessarily due to the competitiveness of the two teams, but instead the irony. The Cleveland Browns have been looking for a quarterback since coming back into the NFL in 1999. Then this season they had two early draft picks, and after taking defensive end Myles Garrett with the first overall pick, they still had a guy available who could have started this season.
Instead, the Browns reminded us why they’re the “Factory of Sadness” and they acquired more picks from the Houston Texans for the No. 12 overall selection. That choice was used by Houston to take Deshaun Watson, the talented quarterback from Clemson.
Watson has exploded with 12 touchdown passes through the air and two more on the ground. He’s coming off a five-touchdown performance in Week 5. As for Cleveland, they’re coming off another loss — oh, and they just benched their rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer in favor of a guy plucked off the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad a year ago.
Now Watson will get a chance to shine against the team that should have taken him on Sunday as he looks to get Houston their third win of the season. Cleveland meanwhile is looking for their first win on the year.
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