The Ravens clobbered the Browns when these teams last met, all the way back in Week 1.
Lamar Jackson threw for 275 yards and 3 TDs on just 25 attempts, finding Mark Andrews for 2 scores and Willie Snead for the other. And there was still room for Marquise Brown to tally a 5-101 line (back before he officially ceded his “Hollywood” nickname in a Zoom ceremony).
J.K. Dobbins teased fantasy owners with a pair of rushing scores, while only running 7 times for 22 yards. Mark Ingram led that backfield with 10 carries (and just 29 yards).
The Browns found both Nick Chubb (60 yards on 10 carries) and Kareem Hunt (72 yards on 13 carries) running well, but fell too hopelessly behind to stick with them. And some dude named Odell Beckham Jr. dominated targets (10 of Cleveland’s 39 attempts), while barely impacting the stat sheet (3 catches for 22 yards).
Much has changed for both sides heading into the rematch. But 1 carryover: Austin Hooper’s irrelevance.
Let’s check the values ...