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Posted Nov. 20, 2011 @ 2:40 a.m. ET
By Mike Wilkening

The Browns should win on Sunday. There, I said it. They are at home, and they are facing a club that has even less offensive punch than they have. 

The Browns, as we know, had quite the opportunity to win last Sunday vs. St. Louis, only to have the whole thing fall apart at the end. No need to revisit that in detail. Anyway, it has no bearing on how Cleveland should play Sunday. 

I keep saying "should." It's different from "will." But what the heck, this is a prediction, so enough dancing: The Browns will win Sunday. Moreover, they will reach 20 points for the second time this season. I liked what I saw from the Browns' offense last week (except when, you know, one of the backup tight ends took a handoff late in the game). And, as noted, the Browns' defense has a favorable matchup.

Prediction: Browns 20, Jaguars 9

Prediction record: 7-2

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