Numbers That Matter: Ravens vs. Browns 

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Baltimore’s defensive ranking in points allowed per game (17.5) and yards allowed per game (284.1). Only once before (2006) has Baltimore finished a season ranked No. 1 in each category.

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Defensive touchdowns scored by the Ravens in the past five games (all fumble recoveries)

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Carries and rushing yards Browns running back Nick Chubb had in Week 5 against the Ravens. Since Week 7, he’s averaged 26 carries and 89 rushing yards per game.

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Sacks and quarterback hits the Ravens tallied in their Week 5 game against the Browns. It’s the second-most quarterback hits Baltimore has had this season.

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Interceptions that Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield has thrown in six road starts this season, including three in Houston. Mayfield threw one interception in his Week 5 game against the Ravens (Tavon Young)

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Ravens’ record versus Cleveland at home under Head Coach John Harbaugh, outscoring the Browns 245-126 in those games with a plus-10 turnover differential

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Games the Ravens have held Cleveland to 12-or-fewer points during the John Harbaugh era (21 total games)

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Cleveland’s defense has excelled in two areas this season. Its 30 takeaways (17 interceptions, 13 fumbles) are the second-most in the league, and its 36.5 percent success rate on third down is eighth best in the NFL.

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Rushing attempts the Ravens have averaged per game since Lamar Jackson took over as starting quarterback. In Baltimore’s 12-9 overtime loss in Cleveland in Week 5, Joe Flacco threw the ball 56 times to 25 rushing attempts.

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Yards allowed per game this season by the Browns (No. 29 in the NFL), which is 104.2 more yards per game than the Ravens.

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