The Cleveland Browns have started the 2010 football season with 2 losses against what were suppose to be below average teams. The assignment does not get any easier this week when they must travel to Baltimore to face a Ravens team that's boasting the league's 2nd best defense.
Baltimore is allowing only 214.5 yards-per-game, and are only giving up 109 yards passing. Sunday's game should prove to be quite a challenge for backup quarterback Seneca Wallace and his young Wide receivers.
While the deck certainly seems to be stacked against the Browns, it is possible for them to come back home with their heads held high. A win against a division opponent, especially the one that comes from Baltimore would be the remedy for all that's wrong in Berea.