That’s right, the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs are playing in a playoff game this Sunday. Yes, the Browns are in a playoff game, and yes, they are in the second round. But let’s stop with all the jokes because this Browns team can be dangerous.

I mean, they did hang 48 points on the Steelers, who were one of the best defenses this season. Of course, you could say that the Browns defense helped with a lot of that final score. But, then again, the offense was the one who got into the end zone.

Look, all I’m trying to say is this; Cleveland has some dogs on their team- pun intended- and they want to prove why they belong to be here. However, it is not just the stars getting the job done. They have made everyone buy-in and have won as a collective unit.

Key Player on Browns Offense

Rashard Higgins, WR

We are talking about Hollywood here. No, not Marquis Brown on the Ravens, but Rashard Higgins on the Cleveland Browns. This guy has proven himself time and time again, even going back to his days at Colorado State, where he was a Biletnikoff Award finalist for one of the countries best receivers.

However, finishing with 3,648 total receiving yards in just three seasons was not enough. Because Higgins played at a relatively smaller school in Colorado State, he would be drafted in the fifth round by Cleveland.

Rashard Higgins has had a breakout year in 2020, which can’t be said by many people in today’s world. He has had a breakout career, from not making the varsity team with his older brother to living out his dream of playing in the big leagues. Higgins has shown a special connection with Mayfield all season, and that could be a dangerous thing come Sunday.

The two have connected 37 times this season, making that the second-highest amount of receptions on the team behind Jarvis Landry. This season, Higgins broke his career-high in receiving yards in a season at 599, or we can just say 600.

Rashard Higgins and the Browns have something to prove this weekend, and it starts with trying to beat the defending champions in Kansas City. Before the Chiefs cash in their ticket to Tampa, they have a business to take care of at Arrowhead Stadium.

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