The Green Bay Packers are hurting at receiver. Randall Cobb is out and James Jones was sidelined early last week. He should be ready to go this weekend. The Packers also has their share of injuries at linebacker, but the team still is finding ways to win. They will be looking for their 11th straight home win against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. The Browns lost QB Brian Hoyer for the season and have to rely on Brandon Weeden to run the show. He has not looked good as the starter and the team has not won with him starting at quarterback.
Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
When: October 20, 2013, 4:25 p.m. ET
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, Game Rewind
Browns Player to Watch: Josh Gordon
Josh Gordon has 25 receptions for 429 yards and a couple of scores in the last 4 games. he spent the first two games of the season serving a 2-game suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Gordon has also been the subject of trade talks this season.
Packers Player to Watch: Aaron Rodgers
With all the injuries in Green Bay, one thing remains the same – Aaron Rodgers is still the starting quarterback and still can get the ball to his receivers. He may not have Randall Cobb in the game, but he will get it out to Jordy Nelson and Jarrett Boykin this weekend. He will find ways to move the ball through the air.
The Cleveland Browns have not been able to win with Brandon Weeden starting the game and this will be another loss for the team while they travel out to Green Bay. I think this will be a really good game for Eddie Lacy on the ground and the Packers will control this game from the start.
Packers 24, Browns 9