When the Eagles face the Browns in Week 11, Cleveland will be without its most dynamic playmaker on offense.
Odell Beckham Jr. suffered a torn ACL in the Browns' win over the Bengals on Sunday, and is done for the season, according to NFL reporter Josina Anderson:
Beckham suffered the injury attempting to make a tackle after a Baker Mayfield interception in the first quarter.
Beckham had 23 catches for 319 yards and 3 TDs through six games this season before suffering the injury early in Sunday's win.
Historically, the dynamic wideout has been a problem for the Eagles.
In nine career games against the Eagles, Beckham has 61 catches for 732 yards and 6 touchdowns during his seven-year career, the most catches and yards he has against any team in the league.
Beckham's injury will likely force Cleveland to become even more tight end-dependent than they already were, a bad sign for the Eagles. Browns tight ends Austin Hooper, Harrison Bryant, and David Njoku have combined for 41 catches for 414 yards and six touchdowns.
Opposing No. 1 tight ends this year vs. the Eagles, through seven games: 38 catches, 385 yards, 5 TDs.
Jarvis Landry will be the Browns' No. 1 wide receiver the rest of the season. Landry has 29 catches for 367 yards so far this year, but doesn't have a receiving touchdown. The Browns also have Rashard Higgins at wide receiver, who has caught 11 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns, and Donovan Peoples-Jones, who has three catches for 56 yards and a touchdown.
The Eagles face the Browns in Cleveland on Nov. 22.