2. MARLON BROWN WILL TOP 100 RECEIVNG YARDS: The Browns have one of the NFL's better cover cornerbacks in Joe Haden, who will likely shadow wide receiver Torrey Smith all afternoon. Haden held Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace, another speedster, to just one catch for 15 yards last week. But Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill picked on Browns cornerbacks Buster Skrine and Chris Owens, who allowed 15 catches for 165 yards and a touchdown, according to Pro Football Focus. With Haden locked on Smith, look for Joe Flacco to find favorable matchups elsewhere. Brown, a rookie who is replacing the injured Jacoby Jones, should benefit with at least 100 receiving yards.