• Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown (#13).

Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh McCown (#13). (Photo : Getty Images)

The Cleveland Browns (2-4) almost leveled their record in Week 6 against Denver, but they came up short in the end. Meanwhile, the St. Louis Rams (2-3) are fresh from a bye week and would also want to bounce back from their Week 5 loss to Green Bay in this match at the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday.

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Cleveland dropped a close 26-23 overtime decision to the Broncos at the FirstEnergy Stadium last Sunday, as reported by USA Today.

Starting quarterback Josh McCown made some crucial errors during crunch time as they let the game slip away and allowed one of the best teams in the league right now to escape with the win.

The Rams are coming off a 24-10 drubbing in the hands of the Packers on October 11 at the Lambeau Field, via ESPN.

Jeff Fisher's boys simply succumbed to Green Bay's pressure defense as Nick Foles could not get anything going at all the entire game. His four interceptions and three sacks were a major contributor to their woes en route to very low QBR of 1.5.

Cleveland is projected to win this one on the road as St. Louis still searches for answers with regards to their deteriorating offense.

Prediction: Browns win, 24-17.

Cleveland Browns starting lineup

Offense: McCown (QB), Crowell (RB), Johnson (FB), Hawkins (WR1), Benjamin (WR2), Barnidge (TE), Thomas (LT), Bitonio (LG), Mack (C)¸ Greco (RG), Schwartz (RT)

Defense: D. Bryant (DE), Shelton (NT), Starks (DE), A. Bryant (OLB), Kirksey (ILB), Dansby (ILB), Kruger (OLB), K. Williams (CB1), T. Williams (CB2), Whitner (SS), Poyer (FS)

St. Louis Rams starting lineup

Offense: Foles (QB), Gurley (RB), Bailey (WR1), Austin (WR2), Cook (TE1), Cunningham (TE2), Robinson (LT), Reynolds (RG), Barnes (C), Brown (RG), Havenstein (RT)

Defense: Hayes (DE), Donald (DT), Brockers (DT), Quinn (DE), Ayers (OLB), Laurinaitis (MLB), Bates (OLB), Johnson (CB1), Jenkins (CB2), McDonald (SS), McLeod (FS)