Why the Cinncinati Bengals offense is due for a breakout game against the Browns

The (0-1) Cincinnati Bengals are set to face off against the (0-1) Cleveland Browns on Thursday night football. The Browns have several significant injuries on defense with second-year corner Greedy Williams and fifth-year corner Kevin Johnson missing their second consecutive game along with second-year linebacker Mack Wilson. The Bengals will look to pull off the upset and capitalize on a depleted secondary with a loaded receiving core with the likes of A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, John Ross, and Tee Higgins. With Joe Burrow showing flashes against an elite Chargers defense and almost closing out the game; if it wasn't for an offensive pass interference call on A.J. Green in the red zone in the final minute of the fourth quarter, they may have won the game and shocked the league. Burrow went 23/36 for 193 yards and one interception along with 8 rushing attempts for 46 yards and 1 touchdown in his week one debut. There is no reason why he could not put up a better stat line against a lackluster and injured Browns defense. Look for Burrow to throw for 3 touchdowns and for A.J. Green to have a massive game and show everyone why he is still among the NFL's wide receiver hierarchy.

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