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Content: BEREA, Ohio -- And so it has come to this. And it  has become so Browns. The analytics generated by ESPN show that after four games, the Cleveland Browns have the best chance for the NFL’s first overall draft pick. The Browns’ chances are 40.9 percent, with San Francisco second at 29.3 percent. No other team is above 9 percent. The Browns have a 90 percent chance of getting a pick in  the top five and a 99 percent chance of being in the top 10. Last season, the team’s that originally were slotted to pick 10 and 11 in the draft finished 7-9. So there is a 99 percent chance that the best record the Browns will finish with this season is 7-9, according to the analytics. Cheap shot? Maybe. But keep in in mind that the Browns’ 2-29 record in the last 31 games matches the worst in NFL history for that number of games. It’s not like they haven’t earned this stuff. When the season started, analytics predicted the Browns would win three games. But two of those projected wins were  Authentic Sergei Bobrovsky Womens Jersey  over Cincinnati at home and Indianapolis on the road. The Browns already lost both of those games. The only game left that they are projected to win is Sunday against the Jets. Which means if the algorithms are correct, the Browns will repeat the 1-15 mark of last season. Yikes. How would Sunday’s results affect the draft? 
A Browns win over the Jets drops their chances for the first pick to 30 percent. A Browns loss increases the likelihood they draft first to 55 percent. All this only four games into the season. The one entity that can do something about this entire situation plays Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. RENTON, Wash. -- The Seattle Seahawks are optimistic that starting left  tackle Rees Odhiambo will be available for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams, after he spent time in the hospital last week with a chest injury. Odhiambo was injured in Seattle's win over the Indianapolis Colts when he took a hit to the chest on an interception return. He had trouble breathing while finishing the game, and the problem worsened after the game to the point that Odhiambo needed medical attention from paramedics, who took him out of the locker room on a stretcher. He spent Sunday night in the hospital, where he was diagnosed with a bruised sternum, according to the team. Odhiambo practiced Wednesday, sat out Thursday and practiced again Friday as a full participant. "He had a good Wednesday and a good Friday," coach Pete Carroll said. "We gave him a break on Thursday just to make sure we didn't overdo it. And he looks like he's ready to go." Carroll said Odhiambo's turnaround has been somewhat surprising. "He went through quite a big game night and then he bounced back really well right after that, though," Carroll said. "He was  Tommy Wingels Womens Jersey  upgraded on Wednesday because he felt that good and he went ahead and practiced and all that. We weren't sure of that. So from that point is when we started getting all the positive signals that he's OK and all that. So he recovered well. They took great care of him and kept him out of harm's way, and we're fortunate that everything worked out fine." Carroll also said Friday that the team hasn't ruled out the possibility of rookie defensive lineman Malik McDowell playing this season. McDowell, the team's top draft pick, has been out since he was injured in a summer ATV accident. The team has declined to disclose much about the nature or severity of McDowell's injuries, citing the wishes of McDowell's family. Carroll previously said a concussion was one of the injuries McDowell suffered in the accident. On Friday, Carroll called it a "really bad concussion" and said McDowell will be reassessed within  the next few weeks. "There's been some conversation, different camps about where he is and how he's doing," Carroll said. "So the checkups are really important and we'll just see. We have not ruled that thought out that he can come back." Carroll gave no timetable for when McDowell may be able to return this season. He's on the non-football injury list and therefore is eligible to begin practicing at the start of Week 7. Chosen in the second round out of Michigan State, McDowell was expected to be a key part of the Seahawks' defensive line rotation as a rookie, particularly as an interior pass-rusher on third down. But the team made a surprise announcement on the first day of training camp that he had been injured in a vehicular accident -- which was later revealed to have involved an ATV -- a few weeks earlier. At the end of the preseason, the Seahawks acquired Sheldon Richardson in a trade with the Jets with an eye toward filling the role they had in mind for McDowell.