NFL picks and predictions, Week 8: Browns vs. Chiefs 2013

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

A vast majority of NFL experts are picking the Chiefs to beat the Browns in Week 8.

The Kansas City Chiefs host the Cleveland Browns in Week 8 and are considered heavy favorites to stay undefeated.

The Browns have seen enough of Brandon Weeden and are starting Jason Campbell. Weeden had his worst game yet in last week's loss to the Green Bay Packers, and the Browns are going in a different direction as they try to keep their playoff hopes alive at 3-4.

The Chiefs improved to 7-0 and all but have a playoff spot locked up. They also sit in first place in the AFC West after the Denver Broncos dropped their first game.

The Chiefs are unanimous favorites across the board in almost every online outlet. Of the eight ESPN analysts who made their picks, they're all going with the Chiefs. It's another clean sweep at CBS Sports, where all nine experts are picking Kansas City. Over at Yahoo Sports, Frank Schwab and Les Carpenter are also picking the Chiefs, along with a majority of users in their poll.

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