The Cleveland Browns came into the Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens as an important early-season divisional matchup. Both clubs were 2-1-0 and in a three-way tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers for first place.
It appeared the Browns have a good team before kickoff. But a closer look reveals that they beat a mediocre Tennessee Titans squad and an ailing Cincinnati Bengals team yet lost to a bad Steelers roster that Cleveland gave away with too many mistakes to count. And everyone knows, you can’t win games when you turn over the ball repeatedly.