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Cleveland Browns Injury Update: Deshaun Watson Could Be Stripped of His Most Crucial Weapon During Second Matchup

Published 12/10/2022, 12:00 PM EST

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The Cleveland Browns got off to a rusty start with Deshaun Watson. The QB1 made his long-awaited regular-season debut with the Browns. But it did not look favorable for him. The NFL is heading to the edge, and their playoff hopes are already in shambles. They have a few more games to go. However, Watson might face difficulties as the franchise’s top wide receiver may miss the upcoming matchup.

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Deshaun Watson came off his suspension and won his first regular-season game against his former franchise. He came off strong but had to fight for the win. However, Watson may not have WR Amari Cooper for Week 14.


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 The Cleveland Browns are now only two days away from hosting their AFC North rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals. They’re in good shape heading into this Week 14 matchup. However, Amari Cooper is the only player listed with a hip injury. Cooper suffered a hip injury during practice on Thursday and could not participate on Friday. The franchise listed him as questionable for the Week 14 game on the injured list.

As per SI, Browns’ Head Coach Kevin Stefanski stated the team would monitor the injury for the next two days. It would impact Cooper’s decision to play on Sunday. He is questionable to play this weekend. If the star WR missed out on the game against the Bengals, it would cost the Browns big time.

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The Browns would have a massive target in Week 14. Taking over their divisional rivals, the Bengals, would be difficult. They have had success so far and would not back off to lose out on playoff contention.

Deshaun Watson looks to put his wobbly premiere behind

Deshaun Watson made his re-entry into the NFL with his debut as a Brown. However, it was not an impressive performance. Watson went 12-of-22 for 131 yards with no scores. He also ran for 21 yards and threw an interception in the end zone. However, the QB1 wants to put his tired performance behind him and move on with the season.


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Deshaun Watson mentioned, “I would just say I felt every single one of those 700 days, honestly. However long I’ve been out, I felt every single one of those days. Getting back in shape and everything is definitely what I needed today.”

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Will Watson be able to take the Super Bowl LVI runner-ups down? it is subject to witness.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He began writing while working for an online news portal and holds a Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Although Pavitra enjoys watching WWE, Gronk and Brady turned him into an NFL aficionado.

Edited By: Gurjyot Singh Dadial