3. Jadeveon Clowney gets his revenge with two sacks and a forced fumble
Although Clowney downplayed his return to Cleveland, you'd have to imagine he wants revenge on his former team. After a disappointing season in 2022 with the Browns, Clowney departed in the off-season and ultimately signed with divisional rival Baltimore.
There were reports last year that Clowney was displeased with his role and with the coaching staff, leading to backlash from the media. He joined the Ravens late in the off-season and has already made a huge impact with the Ravens.
Clowney looks like his old self, recording 1.5 sacks, 5 quarterback hits, and 13 pressures in just 3 games. Clowney's play, and health, have been vital to the defensive success of the Ravens this season.
The Ravens will need another big game from Clowney this weekend after Odafe Oweh and David Ojabo missed practice once again on Thursday, most probably getting ruled out for Sunday as we come closer to kick-off.
With the combination of his return to Cleveland, and with the Browns playing without Jack Conklin (out for the season), I think we could see a massive game from Jadeveon Clowney.
This is a big game for both teams this weekend, but I expect the Ravens to rise to the occasion and get a big divisional win on the road.