Cardinals Vs. Browns: 5 Things To Watch For

As the wins keep rolling in, Cardinals games keep getting more exciting to watch. Unlike earlier in the season, there are now numerous things to watch for in each game.


Hit the jump to five things to watch for when the Arizona Cardinals take on the Cleveland Browns in Week 15 of the NFL.

1) Beanie Wells

RB Beanie Wells is 57 yards away from breaking the 1,000 yards mark for the season. Watch for him to do this against his hometown Browns, the team he once dreamed of playing for.

2) The D-line

With Colt McCoy out due to a concussion, Seneca Wallace will be taking over for the Browns. Look for the Cardinals D-line to take advantage of this. They could be in for a multiple-sack day.

3) Patrick Peterson

CB Patrick Peterson is 1 punt return TD away from breaking the single season record. Against a weak Browns Special Teams unit, he could very well do this.

4) Mike Miller

After calling potentially the greatest offensive game this season, Offensive Coordinator Mike Miller will look to carry that momentum over against a Top 10 Browns Defense. Will he be able to continue the roll of the offense, despite the uncertainty at QB?

5) The Browns Defense

As a Top 10 Defense, they certainly stand in the way of the Cardinals Offense. Remember to watch the Browns Defense closely as they take on Larry Fitzgerald and the Cards offense.

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