Cleveland Browns 2011 Predictions: Outcomes for the Final 8 Regular Season Games

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Cleveland Browns 2011 Predictions: Outcomes for the Final 8 Regular Season Games
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One preseason game down for the Browns and three to go before we're off and running on the 2011 regular season, and that means it's time to start analyzing the matchups the Browns will be facing this year.  

First, let's acknowledge the elephant on the page here—it is way, way too early to start predicting the outcome of regular season games.  

Truthfully, I'm really not in the business of predicting scores or even wins anyway. I'll leave that to Princess the camel, who is quite possibly the world's most accurate football analyst. 

However, analyzing how the matchups between the Browns and their opponents is a different story. Of course, until rosters are set and the teams start to come together, it's tough to provide any sort of absolute comparisons between opponents, but it's never too early to take a shot at it anyway, right? 

On Wednesday, I issued my predictions for the first eight games of the Browns' 2011 season. 

Now it's time to take a look at games nine through 16. These games are a long way off, but the second half of the season, at least at this point, definitely looks scarier for the Browns than the first half. While the schedule makers cut us a couple of breaks in the first eight games, Cleveland is facing a really tough lineup of opponents in part two of the 2011 season.  

The following slides are my predictions analyzing the matchups for the Browns in the final eight games of the season, focusing on examining the strengths and weaknesses of each opponent and how they could help or hurt the Browns each week.

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