Cleveland Browns (3-4) at Kansas City Chiefs (7-0)
Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Mo. - TV: CBS
*TV announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts
*Keys to the game: Three quarterback changes later, it's Jason Campbell's turn behind center for the Browns. Cleveland's issues are many, including an inept running game that has produced one touchdown in seven games -- that by starting RB Willie McGahee, who is averaging 2.9 yards per carry. Campbell is immobile and needs protection to get through his progressions. The Browns, who have allowed multiple sacks in every game this season, need to win first down to give Campbell a chance. The Chiefs are allowing only 25.6 percent conversions on third down this season, and lead the NFL with 35 sacks. QB Alex Smith gets plenty of credit for managing games, but he has been sacked an average of more than twice per game and is completing 58 percent of his passes. The Browns have the beef on the defensive line to push RB Jamaal Charles' runs outside and give their linebackers a chance. OLBs Barkevious Mingo, Jabaal Sheard and Paul Kruger can crumble the pocket, but containing Charles -- the team's leading receiver with 36 receptions and two touchdowns -- as a receiver becomes the major concern.
*Matchup to watch - Browns RT Mitchell Schwartz vs. Chiefs LOLB Justin Houston -- Schwartz is battling through a sophomore slump and this week has to contend with Houston in noisy Arrowhead. Houston already has 10 sacks. The Browns will give Schwartz help with a tight end.
*Player spotlight - Browns WR Travis Benjamin: Coach Rob Chudzinski is trying to get more out of the fastest player on the roster, and that means expanding Benjamin's role beyond kickoff returns. The Chiefs already know how dangerous he can be -- Benjamin had a 93-yard punt return touchdown last season.
*Fast facts: Campbell has 297 passing yards in his past five games played, an average of 58 yards per game. ... Charles has 100-plus yards and a touchdown in each of the first seven games of the season. Only O.J. Simpson (1975) had accomplished that feat in NFL history.
WHO WILL WIN AND WHY
Jason Campbell's best days are behind him and the Chiefs are winning games with an old-school formula of defense and a run-first offense the Browns won't be able to contain for four quarters.
*Our pick: Chiefs 23-10