Cleveland Browns battle Kansas Metropolis Chiefs in AFC Divisional playoff recreation


** Cleveland fans took part in a rally on Saturday, which can be seen in the video above **

CLEVELAND (WJW) – Matchday. It is the day Browns The fans have waited a long time for this. It’s a chance to see your team in an AFC playoff game. The Browns take on defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

“We just have to be us”: Browns ready for Sunday’s matchup against Kansas City

Unlike a week ago, the Browns come into play with no player on the list COVID-19 Restriction list. Earlier this week, the Browns got their head coach Kevin Stefanski, their top cornerback Denzel Ward and one of their top linemen Joel Bitonio, all of whom had missed last week’s AFC wildcard game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Browns need all the practical decks they need against the Chiefs, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce of Cleveland Heights.

“He is unbelievable. He’s definitely one of the best quarterbacks in the league, obviously based on what he’s done. He has the arm strength to perform all throws. He sees everything. It’s mobile in your pocket, ”said Brown’s Defense Coordinator Joe Woods. “Regardless of whether he moves to the right or left, he can do precise and crazy throws and be successful. We need to do our best with our rush plan just to keep him in his pocket and improve his ability to throw the ball on time. “

The Browns have to be careful about flashing Mahomes. He’ll make you pay if you can’t reach him before he lets go of the ball. Myles Garrett would love to have a field day against the Chiefs quarterback.

“I want him to go home when he has his child or children and tell them he took action against Myles Garrett. It’s not just me against him – it’s the Browns against the Chiefs – but I like to make an individual impression on everyone I go against, ”Garrett said.

The Chiefs have excluded receiver Sammy Watkins and linebacker Willie Gay from Sunday’s game. Walking backwards to Clyde Edwards-Helaire is a playful decision. The Sunday game winner will head to the AFC title game next week.

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