1. The Colquitt brothers will square off as Sunday’s punters with Britton (Browns) and Dustin (Chiefs) taking the field against each other for the 13th time. It used to be a regular occurrence when Britton was a member of the Denver Broncos before joining the Browns in 2016.
2. The Chiefs enter Sunday’s contest with the No. 1 scoring offense in the NFL, putting up a whopping 36.2 points per game.
3. Patrick Mahomes leads the NFL with 2,526 passing yards, Kareem Hunt is fourth with 592 rushing yards, Tyreek Hill is sixth with 705 receiving yards and Travis Kelce is second among all tight ends with 642 receiving yards. They were all drafted by current Browns general manager John Dorsey.
4. Hunt and Kelce are both local products as well, with Kelce growing up in Cleveland Heights and playing collegiately at Cincinnati while Hunt grew up in Willoughby Heights and played his college ball at Toledo.
5. The Chiefs start two former Browns on their offensive line. Right tackle Mitchell Schwartz was a second-round pick of the Browns back in 2012 and guard Cameron Erving was a first-round pick of the Browns in 2015. In addition to Schwartz and Erving, former Browns Austin Reiter and Andrew Wylie are also in the Chiefs OL group.
6. Jarvis Landry’s 49 receptions leads the Browns and ranks 12th in the NFL. It is also tied for the most receptions by a Cleveland Brown in franchise history through eight games.
7. The Chiefs are allowing 5.4 yards per carry this year to opposing rushers, the worst mark in the NFL.
8. The Browns lead the NFL with 22 takeaways and have the best turnover margin (+11).
9. The Browns defensive line is 11th in the NFL with 14 sacks, seventh with three forced fumbles and lead the NFL with nine batted balls.
10. I promise you, this will be one of the best stories you will ever read. It is about Chiefs RB Coach Deland McCullough: