2. Cleveland Browns
If there's one team that the injury bug has hit the most this season, it is the Browns. Cleveland lost their star running back Nick Chubb in Week 2, quarterback Deshaun Watson has dealt with a deep rotator cuff contusion, and the offensive line has had some struggles too.
Cleveland's starting right tackle, Jack Conlin, was placed on the IR after suffering a torn ACL following the Browns' Week 1 victory over the Bengals. The team has forced rookie Dawand Jones into the lineup early.
Browns tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. has underperformed and has been a significant issue for Clevland this season. Before this past week, the fourth-year lineman allowed 18 pressures, the fourth-most in the NFL. He was also involved in the play where Watson got hurt during the Week 3 showdown against the Titans:
If Wills can't clean up the mess on offense and his struggles continue to hurt the Browns, the team should look for alternative options; in that case, Big Blue's front office should explore potential deals with Cleveland at the deadline.