to pick up their fourth home win of the season when they host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium.The Panthers come into the game on a four-game losing streak and fresh off the firing of defensive line coach Brady Hoke and assistant secondary coach Jeff Imamura.The game may not be as favorable as it appears on first blush Joel Bitonio Color Rush Jersey , however, as the Browns have seen their run defense take a downward turn, especially over the course of the past five weeks.Starting with the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 8, the Browns have reverted to the bad old days when it comes to stopping the run. Cleveland has given up more than 125 rushing yards four times in the past five games, and also allowed an average of 4.8 yards per carry or higher four times. The ugly breakdown:Pittsburgh in Week 8: 168 rushing yards and 5.4 yards per carryKansas City in Week 9: 139 rushing yards and 5.8 yards per carryCincinnati in Week 12: 129 rushing yards and 6.4 yards per carryHouston in Week 13: 187 rushing yards and 4.8 yards per carryThe only team the Browns have contained on the ground during that stretch came at home against the Atlanta Falcons, who gained just 71 yards and averaged just 3.7 yards per carry.That has dropped the Browns to 28th in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game (136.4), 23rd in yards per carry (4.8) and 30th in rushing touchdowns allowed (15). With a defense that is struggling to stop the run, the Panthers may be the worst team for the Browns to be facing right now , as Pro Football Focus points out:Carolina comes into this week’s game as the league’s second-best running attack at 140.8 yards per game, tops in the league in yards per carry with 5.5, and tied for seventh in rushing touchdowns with 13. Christian McCaffrey is carrying the water on the ground for the Panthers, having rushing for 863 yards and 5.3 yards per carry, while quarterback Cam Newton has chipped in 450 rush yards and is averaging 4.9 yards per carry.The Panthers took it to another level the past two weeks as they averaged 194 rushing yards and 8.45 yards per carry in their games against the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Those numbers come with a caveat, however, as despite the big numbers the Panthers lost both games. (H/T to Patrick Veverka)The Browns may be in for a long day on the ground against the Panthers this Sunday.But it could be the Panthers who are disappointed by what the scoreboard reveals at the end of the game. The 11-15 players are in for the Browns’ big board, and now you can vote for slots 16-20." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteDawgs EDTShareTweetShareShare2019 Browns DBN Big Board: 11-15 Results Jarvis Landry Jersey , Vote for Slots 16-20Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesAfter 158 votes, the 11-15 slots for the Browns’ DBN Big Board are as follows:11. TE T.J. Hockenson -- 241 total points12. DL Rashan Gary -- 237 total points13. CB Byron Murphy -- 222 total points14. OL Andre Dillard -- 215 total points15. DE/OLB Clelin Ferrell -- 177 total pointsThe breakdown of the votes are as follows:Cumulative Browns’ DBN Big Board1. DE/OLB Nick Bosa2. DL Quinnen Williams3. DE/OLB Josh Allen4. LB Devin White5. DL Ed Oliver6. DE/OLB Montez Sweat7. LB Devin Bush8. OL Jonah Williams9. CB Greedy Williams10. DL Christian Wilkins11. TE T.J. Hockenson12. DL Rashan Gary13. CB Byron Murphy14. OL Andre Dillard15. DE/OLB Clelin FerrellCompiling the Big Board: 16-20 SlotsNow it’s time to vote for the players who will be in the 16-20 slots on the Browns’ DBN Big Board. Remember that you are supposed to weigh a combination of talent, need, character, positional value, etc. for each player you vote for in relation to how they would fit with the Browns.If there are any players you wanted to vote for but who were missing from the list, please let us know in the comments section so we can include them in the next round. Please vote only once.