24. Cleveland Browns (22)
The bye week seemed to come at the perfect time for the Cleveland Browns since this team has clearly struggled to live up to the Super Bowl hype from the offseason with only two wins to their name entering Week 8.
After taking a major leap in the right direction last season, the Browns were expected to take things to new levels in 2019 now that Baker Mayfield had some experience under his belt, and the offense upgraded with a new weapon in Odell Beckham Jr.
While this could very well still turn out to be the case, the fact that Cleveland sits at 2-4 shows what kind of pressure this team faces heading into the final weekend of October with a tough matchup scheduled against the New England Patriots.
Just when it seemed like things couldn’t get anymore challenging for the Browns following two tough losses in a row to the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland will have their hands full against the defending champions in Week 8.
Sadly, not even an extra week of rest may be good enough for the 2-4 Browns for their meeting with the Patriots, although maybe if Cleveland is lucky, Mayfield will finally have that big breakout game.