Cleveland Browns (3-3) at Green Bay Packers (3-2)
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wis. - TV: CBS
*TV announcers: Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots
*Keys to the game: With fans posting his job on Craig's List, it might be a good week for embattled Browns QB Brandon Weeden to get away from Cleveland. He has played well at times, but has a penchant for what coach Rob Chudzinski acknowledged are "critical mistakes." Veteran Jason Campbell could see action if Weeden struggles out of the game. Expect Cleveland to come out running with Willis McGahee, attacking the Packers' beat-up linebacker unit and keeping Weeden away from third-and-long at all costs. Long passing downs have never made Packers QB Aaron Rodgers sweat. The problem, however, might be getting on the same page as inexperienced wideouts filling in for Randall Cobb and potentially James Jones. The Browns have been gashed by big plays on the ground each of the past three weeks. While Packers rookie RB Eddie Lacy isn't a speed burner, he has emerged as a workhorse capable of providing needed balance.
*Matchup to watch - Browns TE Jordan Cameron vs. Packers pass defense: Athletic tight ends have given Packers LB A.J. Hawk issues in coverage, so he'll likely be crashing the line. That leaves his fellow linebackers, safeties and potentially slot CB Micah Hyde to contend with Cameron.
*Player spotlight - Browns OLB Jabaal Sheard: The team's most consistent pass rusher practiced this week and could play after missing three games with a knee injury. His presence would help Paul Kruger, who doesn't have a sack on the other side since the opener.
*Fast facts: The Browns have been outscored by 48 combined points in the second half of their three losses. ... Lacy has carried the ball 23 times in each of the past two games. He didn't have a single game at Alabama with 20-plus carries. The Packers are the first team since the 1989 Washington Redskins to have three different running backs rush for 100 yards in the first five games of the season, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
WHO WILL WIN AND WHY
The Browns' defense can keep Cleveland in the game as long as QB Brandon Weeden doesn't take his team out of the game with turnovers. The Packers' offense is minus Randall Cobb and maybe James Jones, but with an emerging ground game QB Aaron Rodgers has enough help to get by at home.
*Our pick: Packers 23-16