CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – The Cleveland Browns (7-3) now have their best record since 1994.
Former Browns running back Greg Pruitt says if they keep playing as they have been, the team is looking at a ten or eleven win season.
Sunday, the Browns defense served up misery to Eagles QB Carson Wentz, with a pick-six, a safety, and five sacks.
Running back Nick Chubb had another 100-yard rushing game.
RB Kareem Hunt flew into the end zone over Eagles linemen.
The Browns played like they were enjoying a game of backyard football and sent the Eagles (3-6-1) home with some soul searching to do about what went so wrong.
Cleveland is now second in the AFC North, behind the unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers (10-0).
There are six games left this season.
“If they play 500, that’s ten wins. If they play a little better, that’s 11,” Pruitt said on FOX 8 Monday.
The Browns head to Jacksonville next week to face the Jaguars (1-9).