BROWNS PASSING GAME: Some analysts viewed second-year quarterback Baker Mayfield as a Most Valuable Player candidate, but he’s taken a step back from his rookie production, completing just 56.9% of his passes and throwing five interceptions in three games. The Browns rank 18th in passing despite the addition of wondrous wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham remains a threat to score on any play, as he reminded us with an 89-yard touchdown in Week 2 against the New York Jets, and has 288 receiving yards in three games. Cleveland’s other top receiver, Jarvis Landry, has been less efficient, with 10 catches on 23 targets. But Landry gave the Ravens trouble last year with 171 receiving yards in two meetings. The Browns lost their top tight end, David Njoku, to a broken wrist. But Mayfield has used running back Nick Chubb (11 catches) as a frequent dump-off target.