Cleveland Browns vs. Kansas Metropolis Chiefs: Playoff prediction ballot


CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Browns won their first wild card playoff game in 18 years. Now they get the defending Super Bowl champions.

The Browns face the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. It will be the 27th meeting between the teams. The Browns follow the all-time series 11-13-2.

The Chiefs have won their last three games against the Browns. The last meeting was a 37:21 win at FirstEnergy Stadium in 2018.

The Chiefs finished the regular season 14-2, their best record in franchise history. That got them number 1 in the AFC and a goodbye in the first round in the playoffs.

The Browns ended their first season with 11 wins since 1994 11-5, making their first playoff appearance since 2002. They defeated the Steelers 48-37 in the Wild Card round.

Which team will win the game on Sunday? Take a look at the survey below and let us know what you think.

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