Week 4 - Ravens at Browns
The Cleveland Browns should be a much more improved team this year than they were last season. With all that the Browns were working through last season, they still found a way to give Baltimore fits. In the first matchup, Baltimore won 23-20. In the second game, the Browns won 13-3.
Now, Cleveland will likely be better, but so will the Ravens. This means they should compete in good games, but the Browns should be able to win the game that’s held in Cleveland. Consistently dominating a division rival is tough to do.
Ravens lose (2-2)
Week 5 - Ravens at Steelers
Baltimore will be better than the Pittsburgh Steelers this season. Baltimore will have the better roster and will ultimately finish with a better record. In a perfect world, where things go according to plan, the Ravens would sweep the Steelers. However, the world isn’t perfect and Mike Tomlin’s teams don’t play by the script.
When the Ravens visit Pittsburgh, expect the Steelers to drag Baltimore into a tough battle, and ultimately pull off an upset. It probably won’t matter much for Baltimore’s overall record, but the Steelers will find a way to add an additional L to Baltimore’s record.
Ravens lose (2-3)