Three keys to victory for the Washington Football Team vs. Browns in Week 3

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GLENDALE, ARIZONA – SEPTEMBER 20: Defensive end Chase Young #99 of the Washington Football Team in action during the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on September 20, 2020 in Glendale, Arizona. The Cardinals defeated the Washington Football Team 30-15. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The Washington Football Team enters Week 3 at 1-1. That record is good enough to be tied for first in the NFC East. Sunday is a huge opportunity for the team. Here are the three keys to a win.

The beginning of the 2020 season for the Washington Football Team has been a mixed bag. Week 1 was a thrilling come from behind victory against the division rival Philadelphia Eagles. Week 2 was not so nice to Washington. It ended in a 30-15 defeat in a game that was never close.

As hot takes and overreactions run rampant through the fanbase, the Washington Football Team is prepared to face Cleveland in a Week 3 matchup for a potential bounce-back victory. Just like Washington, the 2020 season has been a little bit of good and a little bit of bad for Cleveland.

However, just like Arizona, Cleveland has its fair share of “blue-chip” talent. Elite edge rusher Myles Garrett is another headache for Scott Turner. Nick Chubb is one of the best halfbacks in the league while backup Kareem Hunt is no slouch. And, of course, you cannot forget about Odell Beckham Jr.

Just like last week Washington enters as seven-point underdogs. That makes it now three of three weeks that Washington will enter their game as the underdog. While Washington is certainly less talented, the matchup bodes a lot better for Washington this week.

How can Washington complete another unexpected win in 2020? Let’s dive into the three keys for Washington having a huge Week 3 road victory.

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