CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns’ 2019 regular-season schedule is five hours away from being released, but information on dates and times for games has filtered out through social media throughout the day.
According to Ryan Talbot of New York Upstate, the Browns will host the Buffalo Bills at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on Sunday, November 10 at 1 p.m.
All-time, the Browns are 12-9 against the Bills, but they have lost four of the last five meetings.
Earlier Wednesday, it was reported by Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News that the Browns would travel to the New York Jets for a Monday Night Football game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey in Week 2.
The Browns are 14-12-0 all-time against the Jets, including an epic come-from-behind victory in front of a national-television audience on Thursday Night Football on September 20, 2018.
Down by a 14-0 count early in the second quarter, the Browns scored 21 of the game’s final 24 points to close out their first September win since a 28-14 decision over the Tennessee Titans on September 20, 2015 and break a 19-game winless streak.
With quarterback Tyrod Taylor suffering a concussion in the first half, rookie Baker Mayfield was pressed into service, but he responded to the challenge and completed 17 of his 23 throws for 201 yards, and more importantly, engineered four scoring drives to complete the comeback.
Mayfield did not look back from there, as he maintained the starting job for the balance of the regular season and kept the Browns in the playoff hunt into Week 15.
After taking over the first-team offense in the second quarter of the Week 3 win over the Jets, Mayfield completed 310 of his 486 attempts (63.8 percent) for 3,725 yards and an NFL rookie-record 27 touchdowns against 14 interceptions.
Under the direction of new Browns coach Freddie Kitchens, the interim offensive coordinator for the second half of the 2018 season, Mayfield completed 180 of his 263 attempts (68.4 percent) for 2,254 yards and 19 touchdowns against eight interceptions.
Also, The Athletic in Boston reported the Browns will travel to New England for a Week 8 game against the reigning Super Bowl Champion Patriots at Gillette Stadium.