(Cleveland) - Browns tailgaters are predicting an easy win over the Buffalo Bills tonight. They say Cleveland has a lot of momentum under the leadership of fill-in quarterback Brian Hoyer, along with a rock solid defensive.
While many admit Hoyer looked very good in the last two games, they want to see more wins before he's crowned Cleveland's starting quarterback.
Some tell Newsradio WTAM 1100 they are not yet convinced the Browns are a greatly improved team, however they believe the franchise is moving in the right direction.
Browns QB Brian Hoyer will make third straight start. He's 2-0 and Coach Rob Chudzinski decided to stick with Hoyer despite Brandon Weeden being healthy after spraining right thumb.
Hoyer is first Browns QB to win his first two starts since Mark Rypien did it in 1994. The Browns' defense has only allowed a league-best 2.9 yards per rushing attempt.
The Browns are the only team in the league this season not to give up a run of 15 yards or longer, and linebacker Barkevious Mingo is the first rookie with three sacks in his first three games, that hasn't happened since 2004.
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