The Cleveland Browns will look to play spoiler when they visit M&T Bank Stadium to tangle with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
The Browns enter the regular season finale with a chance to finish above .500 overall for the first time since 2002. On Sunday, Cleveland flexed their muscle during a 26-18 home victory versus Cincinnati. Rookie QB Baker Mayfield threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns for the Browns, who limited the Bengals to just 209 yards of total offense.
Through fifteen games, Cleveland ranks 14th in total offense and is scoring at 22.3 points on average. Baltimore leans heavily on their first ranked defense that allows 284 yards and 17.5 points per contest.
The Baltimore Ravens have won five of their seven home games and will clinch the AFC North Division title with a win on Sunday. On Saturday, Baltimore went on the road and looked impressive during a 22-10 road victory over the Los Angeles Chargers. Lamar Jackson threw for 204 yards and a touchdown for the Ravens, who limited the Chargers to 198 yards of total offense on the night.
For the season, Baltimore ranks 12th in total offense and averages a respectable 24.2 points per game. The Chiefs have plenty of holes on a defense that ranks 31st in yards allowed and is giving up 27.1 points on average.