Bengals Would Love Some Early-Season Help In Week 4

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Oct 25, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) throws a pass during the first half against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 25, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) throws a pass during the first half against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports /
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Bengals Would Love Some Early-Season Help In Week 4
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Browns (0-3) v Redskins (1-2) — Sunday, 1:00 P.M. (CBS), FedEx Field

The Browns are no threat to any team in the AFC North. Although they very well could be 2-1 after losing a pair of close games to Baltimore and Miami, respectively, Cleveland is already on their third quarterback of the season in the first year of Hue Jackson’s rebuild.

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Cleveland can never catch a break. First-round pick Corey Coleman broke his hand after a breakout performance against the Ravens. Then, Josh Gordon, who was set to return this week, announced he would check into a rehab facilitation and his career in Cleveland is likely over.

Through three games, wide receiver Terrelle Pryor has been the lone bright spot. He ran for a touchdown and caught eight passes for 144 yards in the overtime loss to Miami last Sunday.

The Redskins are defending NFC-East champions but got off to a slow start with back-to-back divisional losses at home.

There’s no reason for the Bengals to worry about Cleveland in the long run, but a win over Washington would keep the Browns only a game behind Cincinnati in the division.

The Browns have lost seven straight road games and 11 of their last 12, dating back to 2014.

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