Cleveland Browns 2020 Schedule Breakdown

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The Browns finished with six wins in 2019, one of which was handling the Ravens one of their two losses. They’ll open the 2020 season against their AFC North rivals from Baltimore. New head coach Kevin Stefanski will start his career on the road in Baltimore where the Browns have lost three of their last four games. According to WilliamHill, the Browns have the third easiest regular season schedule based on their opponents’ 2019 record. 

Full Schedule

  • Week 1: at Baltimore Ravens
  • Week 2: Cincinnati Bengals
  • Week 3: Washington Redskins
  • Week 4: at Dallas Cowboys
  • Week 5: Indianapolis Colts
  • Week 6:at Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Week 7: Cincinnati Bengals
  • Week 8: Las Vegas Raiders
  • Week 9: Nov. 8 – BYE
  • Week 10: Houston Texans
  • Week 11: Philadelphia Eagles
  • Week 12: at Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Week 13: at Tennessee Titans
  • Week 14:Baltimore Ravens
  • Week 15: New York Giants
  • Week 16: at New York Jets
  • Week 17: Pittsburgh Steelers 

Primetime Action: 

  • Thursday Night Football: Week 2 at home vs. Bengals
  • Monday Night Football: Week 14 at home vs. Ravens 

Check complete schedules for Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football, and Sunday Night Football

Browns Projected Win Total and Odds: 8.5 wins OVER -110/UNDER -110

Read Pete Smith from BrownsDigest analysis on the Browns schedule.

Fun Facts from 2019: 

  • Baker Mayfield allowed the second-most interceptions (21) in the league while failing to gain his expected momentum in completion rate (59.4 – 68.5 percent in his college career).
  • Nick Chubb slipped to second in the NFL in rushing yards (1,494) in 2019 after coming up short in Week 16 (15/45) and Week 17 (13/41). He led the RB position in runs over 20 yards (11).
  • Last year Odell Beckham scored a career-low 12.69 fantasy points per game, which ranked 25th on the NFL. His catch rate (55.6) is well below his rookie season (70.0) while ranking at the bottom of his career average.
  • The Browns’ TEs finished 30th in catches (41) and 26th in receiving yards (497), but they did score eight touchdowns (5th).
  • Cleveland’s defense gave up the third-most rushing yards (2,318) with runners gaining 5.00 yards per carry (30th).