Looking ahead to the Cleveland Browns next 3 games

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Week 7 – @ Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens may also be 2-2 right now, but with close losses to the Bills and Dolphins, this is a team that is going to be a playoff contender. Lamar Jackson continues to prove that he deserves to be paid anything he wants and that he is always the best athlete on the field.

This game is going to be dependent on the previous two in my opinion. If they get blown out by the Chargers and Patriots (which is realistic), this game won’t be any better. The locker room will have zero morale and the Ravens always seem to capitalize on that.

However, if the Browns can win one of the two games prior and at least keep them both competitive, I’ll give them a fighting chance. Cleveland’s linebackers have struggled the last two weeks without Anthony Walker, but they are also athletic enough to give Jackson problems.

Joe Woods hasn’t blown the doors off with his scheme in my opinion, but I will say he has done a decent job (or as good as anyone else) at containing Jackson with his athleticism on the field. I would think the Browns will be getting at least seven points in this game and it would be a huge surprise if they won.

If you really dig into these next three games, 1-2 would be good, 2-1 would be amazing, but 0-3 could be realistic.

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