5 Reasons The Cleveland Browns Will Beat The Ravens

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Oct 26, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Matt Schaub against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals defeated the Ravens 26-18. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Schaub Won’t Do More With Less

The last time the NFL saw Schaub as a starting QB, he played for a really disappointing 2-14 Houston Texans team in 2013. Schaub was with the Oakland Raiders last season but he did not start any games.

A lot of the disappointment stemmed from the lack of success at the QB position and much of that stemmed from Schaub.

Schaub had a decent start when he first made it to Houston, but he only got worse with time. In 2013, Schaub only managed 2,310 yards, 10 TDs and 14 INTs in his last season with the Texans. During that season, Schaub only played in 10 games.

Mind you he had players such as running back Arian Foster, along with then-Houston star wide receiver Andre Johnson and new superstar DeAndre Hopkins as his targets. Even with these weapons, Schaub was not able to get it together and was given the boot.

If that was how Schaub was playing with Foster, Johnson and Hopkins, then I cannot believe that he will do much better with a depleted Ravens roster on Monday. Like I stated earlier, the best WR on the roster is Smith Sr., but he is unavailable the rest of the season.  Schaub will be limited in what he can do.

The Browns defense has not stopped much of anything lately, but even they should be confident in the fact that they can stop this beat up Ravens offense with Schaub at the helm.

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