The Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants are slated to square off on Sunday, with a couple of storylines now in place for the matchup. Despite the game being between two teams on opposite ends of the spectrum, COVID-19 has setup some revenge narratives on Sunday, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

On Thursday morning, it was reported that Jason Garrett tested positive for COVID-19, which means he won't be on the sideline in Week 15. As a result, with Garrett unavailable on the sideline, Freddie Kitchens will call plays for the Giants against the Browns.

Kitchens was the head coach of the Browns last season after spending the 2018 season as the team's offensive coordinator. However, Kitchens would go 6-10 in his lone season in as Cleveland's head sideline boss, leading to him being fired by the organization.

Following his firing, Kitchens chose to join New York's coaching staff as their tight ends coach. But with Garrett not able to call plays, Kitchens will get an opportunity to call plays against his former team on Sunday.

In addition, Daniel Jones is uncertain to start for the Giants due to suffering a sprained ankle in Week 14. Seeing that he's also been dealing with a hamstring issue, he's trending toward being doubtful for Sunday night's contest.

Given that, Colt McCoy could draw another start for New York, pitting him against his former team. McCoy was a third-round pick of the Browns in the 2010 NFL Draft, spending his first three seasons in Cleveland.

While the upcoming bout between the Browns and the Giants doesn't look enticing, there could be some intriguing storylines to watch now.