In Andy Reid's "school" of coaches there is rule of the thumb that became principal issue with years: if you want to be treated with respect from your fellow coaches and the refs and the whole NFL organization - never embarrass a fellow coach. You can run two point conversions if you will (Mike Tomlin) to spice up the game, or you can call special plays you have practiced that are off the regular notebook, but in time of need. But - and, this is a but in size of the bus - when you run a fake on your first punt on John Harbaugh (Super Bowl Champion head coach) in your first game as a rookie head coach in his home, oh boy, you better be well prepared for the consequences. And, Stefanski was not. His cockiness in the first game may have served the organization in the games to come - but, against Harbaugh he made the move he couldn't contain the results. The Browns were crashed in that season opener and now face the Ravens again - this time in Cleveland. And they also motivate themselves with revenge talking.
In AFC North teams are very familiar with each other and in this season there is no difference home or away. The Steelers beat the Ravens twice and the Browns beat the Bengals twice. But, lost to the Ravens and to the Steelers. Expect them to lose again to each of those teams.
The questions is bout the cover. Will the Ravens win and cover -3 handicap?