3. Beckham, Landry combine for three touchdowns
Through two games, the passing defense of the Rams has done an incredible job at keeping opponents in check, especially last weekend when they prevented Michael Thomas from finding the end zone.
But as mentioned before, Sunday could end up being the unit’s toughest challenge to date when taking into consideration that Cleveland has one of the league’s most dangerous duos for Mayfield to work with in Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry.
Despite how things played out for Beckham with the New York Giants, acquiring the wideout during the offseason was an easy decision for the Browns since the talent alone was worth the risk.
If Beckham can return to the effective level from the beginning of his career in which he was a touchdown machine, Mayfield is going to be in good hands for years to come.
Not to mention, Landry would arguably be a the No. 1 option on most teams across the NFL, meaning the Browns have all sorts of potential on offense for the 2019 season.
Los Angeles may have a dynamic duo of their own at cornerback in Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters, but even these two could be in over their heads when it comes to trying to keep Beckham and Landry out of the end zone.