Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens: Predictions, picks and odds for NFL Week 7 matchup – USA TODAY

Heading into Week 7 without a winning record, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens (3-3) return home to face Kevin Stefanski’s Cleveland Browns (2-4) in a pivotal AFC North matchup.
Can Jackson, Mark Andrews and the Baltimore offense get things back on track after a disappointing Week 6 loss? The Jacoby Brissett-led Browns, meanwhile, are coming off a loss of their own and would love to make a statement against a division rival. The game is scheduled to kick off Sunday at 1 p.m. ET from M&T Bank Stadium.
Here’s a look at the betting details and USA TODAY’s NFL staff picks for the Browns vs. Ravens Week 7 game:
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The Ravens, frankly, are an unreliable play at the moment, struggling to hold big leads. Still, I’m expecting this to be something of a wake-up call for the entire team, and offensive coordinator Greg Roman, in particular. The Browns struggle to stop the rush; Baltimore should take full advantage.
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are a puzzling team at .500, but Jackson was the issue during his last game with two turnovers against the Giants. The Ravens will find a way to gut out this one against a Cleveland team that has been a tough out.
Cleveland is slumping in its effort to remain in contention before Deshaun Watson’s debut and it’ll get no mercy from a Baltimore team coming off a bye at home. 
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