9. The Browns are the only team to have limited an opponent (twice!) to fewer than 150 yards
The 49ers did that to the Giants in week 3 when they limited Big Blue to exactly 150 offensive yards, but no other team than the Browns have applied so much of a suffocating defense twice, let alone once, as they stopped the Bengals at 142 offensive yards before limiting the Titans to a ridiculous 94-yard game last weekend.
On the other hand, Baltimore has put up 188+ yards passing alone in all of their three games played this season, and they also racked up 139 rushing yards in their Week 3 outing against the Colts.
Looking at total offensive yards, the Ravens have accrued 1,044 through Week 3 for the 13th-highest figure in the NFL so far, already including the latest TNF matchup between the Lions and the Packers. On a per-game basis, the Ravens rank 12th league-wide.
The Bengals and the Titans, who the Browns went on to beat earlier this season, rank a putrid second- and third-worst in the NFL in total yards through Week 3. Do we still think the Browns defense is that good...?