Things have simply not gone according to plan for the Cleveland Browns and quarterback Deshaun Watson this season. The star signal-caller, entering his first full season with the AFC North side, has been dealing with a shoulder injury.
Because of that, he's missed a lot of time and the Browns have had to rely on PJ Walker in recent weeks. Come Sunday against the Cardinals, though, it looks like the signal-caller will be back under center. Per a report, Watson is expected to start this weekend:
On the other side of the field, Joshua Dobbs won't be starting for the Cardinals, as he was traded to the Minnesota Vikings. Kyler Murray isn't quite ready to start this Sunday either, as he's still recovering from his torn ACL.
Watson is hoping to make some noise vs. AZ, but everyone in Cleveland will be worried about his bum shoulder. We'll see how he does.