The Cleveland Browns are coming off their first win of the season, marking the first victory in 635 days that has the team feeling quite confident in what could lie ahead in the 2018 campaign, especially wide receiver Jarvis Landry.

During an interview on the RapSheet and Friends podcast, Landry said he believes the Browns have the players in place to make a serious run toward being a contender this season.

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The Browns are hedging in the right direction this season. Each of the first three games have each been close contests that have seen them vying for possible wins. The team was finally able to break through in Week 3 with rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield pushing through in his first career appearance, helping lead the team back from 14-point deficit in the second half. Mayfield looked like a more than capable quarterback with his command of the offense, while key pieces in Landry and running back Carlos Hyde each stepped up in major roles.

Meanwhile, the defense has stepped it up another notch with each passing game, made more clear by their performance against the Jets last Thursday. Cleveland currently ranks 13th overall in the league defensively, including 11th with just 19.3 points per game allowed and 12th against the pass while being tied for third with five interceptions. The Browns have an intriguing roster on both sides of the ball that has plenty of game-changing talent.

Cleveland has to continue to show that renewed energy and buzz that helped spark them to a win over the Jets. The first test as they attempt to possibly compete for the playoffs will be on the road against the Oakland Raiders in Week 4. The game could be indicative of what direction the franchise is heading for the rest of the season.