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What I like about the 2024 Cleveland Browns Schedule

Last Wednesday night the NFL released the 2024 schedule. The fans of the Cleveland Browns already knew that the season opener will be in Cleveland against the Dallas Cowboys for a 4:25 pm kickoff. This game will be Tom Brady’s Fox Network debut as a broadcaster. That was one of the things that I liked about the schedule. I have several other things that I did like about the schedule as well.

Anytime a team opens the season at home for a nationally televised matchup that is a positive way to start the season. It will give the Browns a chance to silence the doubters. Also, the Browns don’t play divisional games until week 7 at home against the Bengals. That is good for the team, the reason is that it takes 3-5 weeks for a good team to start playing to its potential. 4 of the first 6 games are against non-conference opponents. The Browns play Dallas week 1, New York Giants week 3, Washington week 5, and Philadelphia week 6. Any loss in those games don’t have as much of an impact on playoff positioning. The two conference games in the first 6 weeks of the season are not divisional games. But they are road games, week 2 at Jacksonville and week 4 at Las Vegas. If the Browns have any issues or kinks to be worked out with the new offense. This can give them time to work out the problems and get better by week 7. And another reinforcement could be available by that week for the 2024 Cleveland Browns.

It is speculated that Browns star running back Nick Chubb could be back by week 7 of the 2024 season. That is the week of our first divisional matchup at home against the Cincinnati Bengals. Having Chubb back and being productive would be a huge boost to the offense. And Nick Chubb’s return couldn’t come at a better time. This is because the schedule doesn’t get easier in the last 6 weeks of the 2024 season. And that is what I don’t like about the 2024 Cleveland Browns schedule.


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