KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It's safe to call this week, "The week of change in Cleveland!"
The Browns are scampering to get a game plan together for the Chiefs coming in this weekend. For some of the former Browns who are now Chiefs like offensive lineman Cam Erving, it's not that big a deal that the personnel has changed. Erving is just glad to be going from worst to first.
"I look into it these guys have one of the top defenses in the league, we got to go out there and attack those guys," said Erving. "We got to make plays what's going on in their front office is irrelevant to me I could care less."
With the Chiefs offensive line having it's share of injuries this season, the next man up system is going to be key and vital for the Chiefs success on Sunday.
"It's a job that everyone counts on and depends on," said offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. "One thing these guys are they are very, very humble they know each and every day it presents a different challenge because they line up and it's a physical play every day. They go hand in hand in battle with different players."
The Chiefs' linebackers have been lean over the last few weeks as well. Justin Houston and Anthony Hitchens both practiced on Thursday but are listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Cleveland.