7. Cleveland has allowed an average of 10.7 points per game through Week 3
No team in the NFL this season is allowing fewer than 11 points per game other than the Browns.
Cleveland has limited their foes to just 10.7 points scored through the first three weeks of play, has surrendered a meager 32 points in those three matchups, and stopped both Tennessee and Cincinnati at a ridiculous three points on offense.
The Ravens need to find a way to crack this stout defense, but that might actually not be that hard considering the Bengals used a not-quite-ready Joe Burrow against the Browns in Week 1 and, well, the Titans are the freaking Titans.
Oh, and the Steelers (led by sophomore quarterback Kenny Pickett, just in case) dumped all of 26 points on Cleveland just two weeks ago to hand them the first L of the year.
Roquan Smith talked at the podium earlier this week and he said it's too early to call the Browns defense the best ever. He could very well be right.