Anytime a victory is achieved on the road against a divisional opponent, it is worth celebrating.
The Baltimore Ravens win over the hapless Cleveland Browns falls under this scenario but with an asterisk. Coming off a bye, most would expect many of the flaws seen so far this season to be fixed or close to fixed, but this does not seem to be the case.
After the first quarter, the Ravens offense seemed to go cold until Joe Flacco and Torrey Smith connected for the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter. Although the defense kept the Browns out of the end zone, they still allowed kicker Phil Dawson to kick five easy field goals. One has to wonder what a more established offense would do against this very "Un-Raven like" defense.
The Ravens were the victors and sit atop the AFC North standings. But this game featured winners and losers.