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The Cleveland Browns will travel to the Big Apple as decided underdogs against the New York Giants on Sunday.
The New York Giants will play host to the Cleveland Browns at MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
New York is coming off a very tough 19-17 loss to their NFC East rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles. The Giants had a chance to steal the victory but couldn't do it with Lawrence Tynes just falling short on a 53-yard field goal attempts in the final seconds.
On the other hand, the Browns are still searching for their first win of the season under second-year head coach Pat Shurmur. Cleveland has played well at times, but it hasn't been able to consistently play well. Rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has been a work in progress while Trent Richardson has been everything he was advertised to be.
On both ESPN.com and CBSsports.com, every analyst is picking the Giants to run their record to 3-2. However, the Browns get some credit for the Yahoo.com experts who