Cleveland Browns offense will hit a few big pass plays
The Ravens defensive secondary is really poor, even worse than the Browns. Can that be possible? Why yes, yes it can. The Ravens actually lead the league in giving up 13.5 yards per reception. The Baltimore defense has given up 47 receptions over 20 plus yards and 11 receptions over 40 yards.
They gave up an 82 pass play as well. For context, the Browns secondary has only given up 35 receptions of over 20 yards and only five passes that have gone for over 40 yards.
Baker Mayfield should be able to find some open receivers Sunday night. If can get the time in the pocket but also make quicker decisions then the passing game should be a big part of the Browns having success in the game. Mayfield won’t need to throw the ball more than 25 times on the night. If he were then the game might be out of reach for them at that point.
Cleveland Browns beat the Ravens on a last-second field goal
The Browns will reverse fortunes on the Ravens who have had a history of beating them in last-second moments. Last year the Browns battled back and forth with the Ravens and eventually took the loss 47-42. This season the Ravens have had at four games that they were able to sneak out a win in the final moments.
All that good fortune for Baltimore will come to an end as Browns placekicker Chase McLaughlin, who’s been very reliable this season, will hit a game-winning field goal as time expires. “In Chase We Trust!”