Cleveland Browns vs. Green Bay Packers: What we’ll be watching

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2.) Can the Browns score enough to win?

Brandon Weeden

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It’s no mystery that the Browns struggle on the offensive side of the ball. Currently, the Browns have the NFL’s 20th best offense, but games have been more painful at times than that stat suggests for the Browns.

After Brian Hoyer was lost for the season, the Browns were forced to start Brandon Weeden once again. Weeden has been terrible this season and for most of his career in Cleveland. He has eight turnovers in just four appearances this season and a quarterback rating of 71.

The Browns’ offense is stale and stagnant when Weeden is at the helm and their inability to score shines extra bright when the ball is in his hands. In Weeden’s 19 career games, he’s failed to score more than 20 points in 14 of games — that won’t get it done Sunday in an already difficult place to play, Lambeau Field.