5. The Browns have not allowed a touchdown in two home games
In fact, Cleveland has been so good at stopping opposite offenses that they have allowed a measly one touchdown through Week 3 and a meager 18 points combined in three games, both marks the best in the NFL.
The Browns have done it mostly with relentless front-seven pressure and relying on their elite pass rushing more than in the secondary, which explains why they have just one interception.
If Cleveland can deny Baltimore from scoring a touchdown on Sunday, they will join the 2006 Broncos and the 2000 Dolphins as the thrid team to not allow a TD through their first three home games this century, per ESPN.
The Ravens have played on the road just once this season, but they put up three touchdowns against the Bengals on their way to conquering the Jungle two weeks ago, so it's not looking good for the Browns on that front.