The Cleveland Browns are probably the least talented team in the NFL from an overall perspective. Sure, they have their guys that are good—Josh Cribbs, Shaun Rogers, and several of their new rookies this year are certainly talented individuals.
But the Ravens are loaded. (Other than, perhaps, at quarterback, judging by last week's performance. But I digress.) They are more talented on both sides of the ball, at almost every position. They have a better coaching staff. And one more thing—they are at home.
Baltimore is one of the toughest places to win on the road in all the NFL, even when the team can't buy a road win to save its life, it's a tough out in the friendly confines of M&T Bank Stadium.
Still, while I think it's safe to say the Ravens are a heavy favorite to win this game, you don't win just by showing up. You win by "buckling up your chin strap," as Ray Lewis would say.
Here are the important things to look out for during Sunday's game.