5 Reasons The Cleveland Browns Will Beat The Ravens

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Oct 18, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns nose tackle

Danny Shelton

(71) signs autographs before the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Denver Broncos at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Nothing Is A Sure Thing

The Browns have been really disappointing lately, and that’s probably being polite.

But the team has a real chance to pull this one out with McCown leading the offense. His know how will be a great help, even though he is probably not the popular choice. Yet, he will be the best choice to get this offense moving.

Additionally, looking at how McCown fared early in the season against Baltimore, you would have to project the 36-year-old to have some level of success against a battered Ravens’ defense on Monday night.

Add that up with the Ravens’ offense losing just about every playmaker they have due to injury, and the Browns have a tremendous shot to win their third game of the season.

Next: Start And Keep Austin Davis As Starter

No game for the Browns is a given win, but this is as good as it will get and I expect them to take advantage and get the win in prime time.


Baltimore Ravens 14

Cleveland Browns: 31

Prediction Record: 7-3