The Cleveland Browns are in a bad position, and there's no disputing that at this point. The last two weeks presented a great opportunity for the team to get back in the win column and compete within the AFC North division, taking on the rival Cincinnati Bengals followed by the rival Baltimore Ravens. Cleveland lost both games, and now they're not a factor with the highly competitive division. They're falling down feeling power rankings, when there's room to fall.
CBS Sports drops them three spots on their Week 14 NFL power rankings:
27. They are so limited on offense, which is why they have to consider taking a quarterback early next spring.
That No. 27 is actually higher than most rankings have the Browns, while multiple rankings have them as one of the three worst teams in the league, higher than only the winless Indianapolis Colts and the lowly St. Louis Rams. Cleveland has a tough matchup against the Steelers coming up on Thursday.