Fresh off their dominant performance against the Las Vegas Raiders this past Monday night, the LA Chargers are looking to build on this momentum by knocking off another AFC powerhouse in Week 5. After dethroning the Raiders and handing them their first loss of the season, the Chargers will look to up-end the Browns and put a stop to their current winning streak.

Surprisingly enough the Chargers are sitting atop the AFC West and pose the biggest threat to the Kansas City Chiefs as the new division champs. It’s still too early to tell if that’ll come to fruition for them, but it doesn’t seem like anybody thought they’d be dominant this quickly. With all this going for the Chargers, let’s take a look at four bold predictions for their Week 5 match-up against the Browns.

Los Angeles Chargers Week 5 Predictions

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4. The Los Angeles Chargers up-tempo offense will overwhelm the Browns 

With big games from Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler, Jared Cook, and Keenan Allen during Monday night’s AFC West divisional match-up with the Raiders, the Chargers seemed to have had their way with them for most of the game on offense. Between Herbert’s mobility and deep arm threat and the speed, strength, and persistence of Ekeler, Cook, and Allen, the Chargers have established one of the most potent and versatile offensive units in the league.

Whether it’s on the ground or the through the air, the Chargers are continually finding ways to keep the chains moving while putting up eye-popping numbers. If one things certain, it’s that the Browns will have their hands full trying to keep pace with this high-octane offense that the Chargers have assembled. So lookout for another big game from their star-studded offense.

3. Los Angeles Chargers defense will be a huge problem for Cleveland

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During their Week 4 match-up against the Raiders, Michael Davis, Derwin James, Linval Joseph, Drue Tranquill, and Assante Samuel Jr. were all vital in disrupting Las Vegas’ passing game. The Chargers secondary completely shutdown the Raiders receiving corps and made things difficult for Derek Carr all game long.

Not to mention James put a stop to their comeback and sealed the win for LA with his timely interception in the 4th quarter. Heading into next week’s match-up against the Browns, the Chargers are primed for another strong defensive showing that’ll completely take Cleveland’s high-powered offense out of their element.

2. Mike Williams and Joey Bosa will both have a stronger showing against the Browns 

After a relatively quiet night against the Raiders in Week 4, Mike Williams and Joey Bosa will look to have a stronger showing against the Browns. Even though they still came away with the win and possess plenty of talent on both sides of the ball, there’s no denying how much better the Chargers are when Williams and Bosa are playing their at best.

So come Sunday’s match-up against Cleveland, get ready to see Williams and Bosa do some serious damage against the Browns as the Charges aim to come away with another big win. Hoping to put on a better performance this Sunday, Mike Williams and Joey Bosa will be back with a vengeance and ready to give the Browns trouble.

1. Los Angeles Chargers will come away with another big win

Coming in hot after a convincing win against the previously undefeated Las Vegas Raiders, this LA Chargers squad looks ready to overtake another AFC title contender while continuing to prove themselves as a legit playoff threat. With Cleveland looking to have a more productive day on offense, the Chargers will most certainly have their work cut out for them on Sunday.

Given the talent and depth they currently possess on both ends of the field, there’s no denying that they’ll come away with another big win and hand the Browns their second loss of the season. Get ready for another big game from this explosives Chargers squad that’s put the entire league on notice through the first four weeks of the season.