10 talking points and takeaways from the Ravens 28-3 demolition of the Browns

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3. Mark Andrews owns the Cleveland Browns

Brothers and sisters, whenever you need to dominate an opponent and need a tutorial on how to do it, just ask Ravens tight end Mark Andrews for advice based on his outings against the Cleveland Browns.

Andrews, who entered Week 4 with an already-decorated past against the Elves, put on another absolute masterpiece by grabbing just five passes but turning them into two touchdowns and 80 yards. No more, no less than that.

Lamar connected for the first touchdown of Andrews' day before halftime, making it 21-3 Ravens. Then, in the fourth quarter, they both shared a connection once more to put the cherry on top of the divisional contest and add six more points to the board on the way to the final 28-3 score.

Andrews' first TD came on a 7-yard reception and the second one saw the tight end score an 18-yard touchdown of which he made the most of the gain after the catch.

It's now, somehow, 9 TDs in 11 games against the Browns for Andrews. Now go and try to explain that.