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Browns Rule Out Two Key Players for Week 10 Game

David Kaestle
The Browns will be without two key players in their Week 10 game against the Dolphins.
The Browns will be without two key players in their Week 10 game against the Dolphins. /
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The Cleveland Browns are anxiously awaiting the return of quarterback Deshaun Watson in a few weeks, but until then, they are trying to stay afloat in a competitive AFC North. Currently sitting at 3-5, the Browns are preparing for a crucial Week 10 matchup with the red-hot Miami Dolphins.

The Browns will have to try and get a win without two key players, though. Both tight end David Njoku and linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah will be out in Week 10. Missing contributors on both sides of the ball never makes things easy, but the Browns need a win to keep pace in the division.

The Browns currently trail the Baltimore Ravens at 6-3 and the Cincinnati Bengals at 5-4. Njoku is on pace for his best season as a pro, hauling in 34 catches for 418 yards in seven games thus far. He has become a reliable and consistent target for Jacoby Brissett.

JOK is pretty much on pace to replicate his rookie season in year two, recording two forced fumbles and 39 tackles across seven games. Unfortunately, it seems he needs at least another week after the bye.

The Browns are 3.5-point road underdogs against the Dolphins in Week 10, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest NFL odds.

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