8. Baltimore averages 348 offensive yards per game, Cleveland allows fewer than 200 to their opponents
The Browns have allowed the fewest points per game to opponents but one single error can end up screwing a whole productive drive and letting it go with no points added to the scoreboard.
Looking at more reliable statistics, Cleveland is allowing 52 rushing yards per contest (2nd-best) and 111.7 passing yards per game (best). That's great!
Sadly for the Browns, it's all about context once more. Burrow was hella banged up in Week 1. Pickett cooked them in Week 2. And the Titans are closer to picking second overall (sorry, Chicago) than putting something resembling a winning team on the field weekly.
Baltimore is operating under the guidance of newly hired OC Todd Monken and going through some early growing pains, but even then the Ravens are averaging a solid 348 total yards per game on offense.
The Flock, even missing their starting running backs (yes, all three of them) at different points through the first three games, have the fifth-best rushing yardage average in the league at 158 per outing, and they have passed for an average of 190 yards per contest.
The Browns have yet to beat a team with such high averages as both the Bengals and Titans rank below Baltimore on both fronts and the Steelers, which rank above, already beat Cleveland.