A sputtering offense and an ineffective run defense once again defined Sunday for the Cleveland Browns, as they suffered another disappointing loss in Cleveland, this time against the Baltimore Ravens.
The game closed with the Browns on the wrong end of a 24-10 score, which could easily have been 30-10 if not for two botched field goals by Billy Cundiff.
There wasn't much chance of the Browns pulling off an upset today, but most of the Cleveland faithful were hoping they could at least keep the score close and show signs of improvement.
After two weeks of solid football in a win against the Jacksonville Jaguars and a heartbreaking but encouraging loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Browns laid another egg against Baltimore, with their forward progress once again coming to a grinding halt.
There were a few standout players for Cleveland in this one, but mostly, they looked hapless against their division rivals.
Following are five things we learned about the Browns in their loss to the Ravens.