Cincinnati Bengals: AFC North standings heading into Week 1 of 2021

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Browns at Chiefs – Sunday, Sept. 12 (4:25 EST)

The Browns get the toughest task of the weekend, as they have to travel to Kansas City to take on Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. WynnBet has the Chiefs as a 6.5-point favorite over Cleveland, which is fitting considering KC is the home team and the better team, at that.

With that said, Cleveland did well against the Chiefs when they faced them in the AFC Divisional Round earlier this year. They even were dealt a lucky blow when Mahomes exited the game due to injury and Chad Henne had to step in, but the Chiefs pulled off some late-game magic once again and knocked the Browns out of the playoffs.

This is definitely one of the games to watch this weekend and Bengals fans will be able to, as it’s the late afternoon game, so it won’t interfere with watching Cincinnati take on the Vikings.

If the Browns are able to overcome the odds and win this one, I’ll be shocked but they have a much better team this year and should be able to make it close.