17 post-game headlines for the 2022 Miami Dolphins season

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HOUSTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 27: Quarterback Deshaun Watson #4 of the Houston Texans and wide receiver Brandin Cooks #13 warm up prior to the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at NRG Stadium on December 27, 2020 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) /

Miami Dolphins loss reignites Deshaun Watson talk

The Miami Dolphins will host the Cleveland Browns in week 10 and we have to believe that any suspension of Deshaun Watson will now be over.

The Browns are a good football team on both sides of the ball and were in the postseason last year. Watson makes them better but how much better is the question entering the season for Cleveland. On paper, the Browns should be challenging for the AFC North.

Miami taking on Cleveland in Miami doesn’t matter, the Browns have won here before. I suspect this game will be close but unfortunately, the Dolphins have to lose at some point and this one doesn’t work out in their favor.

If Watson doesn’t play or is still suspended, then this could change but I don’t see Watson as the reason why the Browns win but I don’t see him hindering them at all. In fact, Watson could be coming off a half-season suspension and could still be getting acclimated after missing all of the 2021 season. A loss to a Watson-led Browns team will only further open up the comments about Tua and why Miami didn’t risk it all on Watson.