2. Odell Beckham finally gets revenge on his former team
Odell Beckham Jr. was unable to play in the Ravens' first matchup with the Browns because of an injury leaving him out of that game, but he'll have his chance this week against his former team.
Beckham and the Browns had a somewhat ugly ending to their relationship, resulting in Beckham being cut during the season leading to him signing with the Rams in 2021 before winning the Super Bowl with them.
Although Beckham Jr. hasn't been the number one receiver we were hoping for, he has continued to get more involved in the offense in recent weeks.
OBJ has five catches in two of his last three games and he finally got on the board with his first Ravens touchdown last week. It seems like the Ravens are starting to figure out ways to get him involved and the Ravens offense as a whole has clicked during this win streak.
I think that Beckham Jr. builds off of his solid game against the Seahawks with a great game against his former team.
It'll be a tough challenge against the Browns, who have one of the best defenses in football, but they have had their struggles against the pass when playing on the road this season.
The Browns rank in the bottom 10 in opponent passing yards per game when playing on the road, allowing over 245 passing yards per game.
I think Odell gets 6+ catches and another touchdown this week.