Coming into the Cleveland Browns' Thursday night game against their rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, the Browns weren't given a shot at winning this game, let alone covering the spread.
During the first half, it appeared as if the Browns could be in good position to steal one on the road, only down by 9-7, but the offense was never able to get anything going during the second half. Cleveland ended up falling to Baltimore, 23-16.
Despite the loss, there were a number of positives that fans can take away from the loss, especially from rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden, who almost led the Browns to a comeback in the fourth quarter.
Weeden and the rest of the young offense proved that they do have some pieces in place that could allow them to steal some games later in the season, and eventually be a solid offense in the AFC North.
It wasn't all positives, however, as a number of Browns players (as well as a certain member of the coaching staff), struggled during the game and held Cleveland back from getting their first win of the season.