3. The Keaton Mitchell breakout continues
Keaton Mitchell broke out in a big way last week, recording 138 yards and a touchdown on just 9 carries (15.3 yards per carry!). It was an unbelievable performance by the undrafted rookie who seems to be on his way to carving a massive role in this offense.
The Browns feature one of the best rushing defenses in football, allowing just under 90 rushing yards per game. In the Ravens first matchup with the Browns earlier this season, Gus Edwards rushed for just 48 yards on 15 carries, with his longest rush being for just 7 yards.
I see the Ravens switching their focus to Keaton Mitchell if Gus Edwards struggles to get going again this time around.
I predict that Keaton Mitchell will record 100+ rushing yards and get into the endzone once again. I think he also will record at least two 20+ yard rushes, continuing to show his big play ability.
As always, let's hope the Ravens stay hot and pull off a win against this impressive Browns team. If a couple of these predictions come true, I think they'll have a very good shot.