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The Cleveland Browns travel to Baltimore this Sunday to take on the Ravens in an AFC North divisional matchup that doubles as a quasi playoff game for the Browns. While the Browns can theoretically still lose this game and make the playoffs, it would likely force them to win their next game — also against the Ravens — to keep from falling to the bottom of an incredibly tight division. With both quarterbacks coming into this game battling health concerns, this one could very well develop into a slug fest between two of the three best rushing attacks in the league. Buckle up, and don’t blink, because this one might be over before you know it.
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Lamar Jackson Under 235.5 Passing Yards
The Cleveland passing defense is currently ranked 8th in the NFL giving up only 215 yards a game through the air. Lamar has put up ridiculous numbers this season against some weaker passing defenses such as the Vikings, Colts, and Lions that have skewed his overall season averages and inflated this line a bit. Coming off the flu, expect him to be a little shakier than usual in the first half, and have to find his footing a bit. Over 235 passing yards is a lot to ask of an incredibly effective running quarterback against a team that’s more vulnerable against the run to begin with.
Mark Andrews Over 54 Receiving Yards
As good as their pass defense is, the Browns have struggled in coverage against tight ends all year. Hunter Henry, Travis Kelce, Zach Gentry, Jared Cook — you name them and they’ve probably dropped 40 plus yards on the Browns. Without two of their better pass stoppers in Troy Hill and Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah for reinforcements on Sunday, the Browns are going to have a heck of a time slowing down one of the most prolific tight ends in the NFL in Mark Andrews. Andrews is averaging just shy of 70 yards on the season and he should have no problem coming near that threshold this weekend on this defensive backfield.
Nick Chubb Under 17.5 Rushing Attempts
On the season, Baltimore’s opponents average only 88 rushing yards and 21 rushing attempts a game — two figures that are second only to Tampa Bay in the NFL. The Baltimore passing defense, however, is second worst in the league, only to the Jets, giving up over 281 yards a game. With Kareem Hunt coming back from the IR, Chubb is going to have to split more carries as Stefanski integrates him back into the offense. Chubb is averaging 17.75 carries on the season and three of the games included in that average did not feature Hunt in the lineup. The Ravens are the best run stopping defense the Browns have faced this season.
Nick Chubb Over 8.5 Receiving Yards
Though I don’t think Chubb is going to see the type of production he’s used to on the ground, I do think he’s going to be featured more through the air. This Baltimore run stopping unit is going to force Cleveland to throw, and Baker’s multiple injuries handicap some of Stefanski’s ability to call plays over the top. This team is going to have to rely on some short dink-and-dunk type plays to move the ball downfield. In the last two weeks, since Baker’s injuries have become more of a factor in the offense, Chubb is averaging 20 receiving yards a game.