As contentious as the Ravens’ rivalry with the Cincinnati Bengals — last week’s opponent — has been, that has not been the case against the Cleveland Browns, who trail 27-9 in the all-time series. The Ravens own a 14-4 record in Baltimore and a 16-2 mark against Cleveland under coach John Harbaugh. The Ravens are also 28-7 at home in September and 14-7 in openers at home. That includes a 7-2 record in home openers under Harbaugh.
Here are three stats to keep in mind before today’s 1 p.m. game at M&T Bank Stadium.