The 3-1 Ravens head to Cleveland for their second consecutive divisional road contest in Week 5. Fresh off a statement win over the archrival Steelers" rel="nofollow"> , Baltimore is currently a three point favorite. The Browns will be aiming for the second victory of the Hue Jackson era on Sunday.John Harbaugh is an impressive 18-2 overall against the Browns. Baltimore has won each of the last three meetings, by an average of 17 points. However, Harbaugh's Ravens are just 2-6 following two straight wins and 2-7 in October since 2016. The Ravens want to establish the run, but another pass-first game plan may be the best strategy considering the Browns defensive strengths and weaknesses. On the other side of the ball, Baltimore's 3rd ranked scoring defense will be challenged by receivers Jarvis Landry, David Njoku and a committed rushing attack.Marquee head-to-head battles between bluechip players, such as Ronnie Stanley against Myles Garrett and John Brown versus Denzel Ward, will be important. Yet these three perhaps slightly under-the-radar matchups will determine the victor:OLB Tim Williams vs LT Desmond HarrisonThe second-year edge rusher is earning more playing time as the season progresses. Williams capitalized on his opportunities by providing several pressures, a pair of quarterback hits and a sack against Pittsburgh's stout line in Week 4. Facing a team that has allowed the third most sacks in the league so far, Timmy has a chance to continue his breakout season.Harrison has fared remarkably well for an undrafted free agent rookie. The Ravens will test the long and athletic tackle with a variety of outside linebackers, chiefly Terrell Suggs. Nonetheless, Williams has the raw speed required to beat Harrison off the snap.In a game where turnovers should be the difference, the battle on the blindside will be pivotable. WR Willie Snead IV vs CB T.J. CarrieMuch has been made of Baltimore's upgraded receiving corps. The greatest improvement is the depth of the group, not necessarily the players at the top of the depth chart. Snead has had an excellent start to the season, catching nearly 70-percent of all passes thrown him way and converting 66-percent of his catches into first downs over the last three games.Meanwhile" rel="nofollow">Brent Urban Jersey , Carrie was forced into action after Terrance Mitchell broke his wrist last Sunday. Primarily a nickel corner, his coverage was exposed by Oakland's receivers. T.J. currently ranks as Pro Football Focus' 99th graded cornerback. The Browns could reshuffle their secondary to compensate for injuries since safeties Damarious Randall and Briean Boddy-Calhoun both have experience at corner.Regardless, expect Joe Flacco to target Carrie throughout the game, especially with his reliable chain-mover Snead.S Eric Weddle vs QB Baker MayfieldMayfield's debut as a starting quarterback was marred by an excessive amount of drops from his pass catchers and highly questionable officiating. He will return to the scene of his comeback victory in Week 3 with the poise, mobility and accuracy to succeed against even the most talented defenses. Enter Weddle, a smart defender who has excelled against rookie quarterbacks. In his first two season with the Ravens, the safety broke up a combined 20 passes with 10 interceptions. However, he has only one pass deflection and has not been involved in any takeaways through the first quarter of his 12th season. This will be a classic matchup between a crafty veteran and a talented upstart.Six storylines for Ravens-Dolphins The Baltimore Ravens will face the Miami Dolphins in Week 3 of the NFL preseason, and they may be missing several key starters. With only two preseason games remaining, Baltimore's roster is beginning to take shape. 1. How much, if at all, will QB Joe Flacco play?Given the injuries to James Hurst and Ronnie Stanley, many have speculated whether or not starting quarterback Joe Flacco will play in their 'dress rehearsal' against the Dolphins. The Ravens will likely be without Marshal Yanda as well, which means that three projected starters along the offensive line will not play. Should Baltimore put Flacco at risk against Miami's underrated pass-rush with a makeshift offensive line?2. Can any bubble wide receiver emerge?The Ravens' wide receiver room has a clear pecking order from one to four, but it is up for grabs after that. Janarion Grant" rel="nofollow">Youth Tony Jefferson Jersey , Tim White, Jordan Lasley, Jaleel Scott, Breshad Perriman, DeVier Posey, and Andre Levrone are all competing for likely two roster spots.Scott and Lasley have struggled in all three preseason games with consistency and drops. They have failed to create separation and make plays. Lasley has had horrendous drops throughout the preseason, including one drop that would have been an easy touchdown. Scott's red zone abilities have not translated well to this point.Perriman has had the best preseason out of all of these players, but he has not received a bump in playing time. His first snap in Week 2 of the preseason came late in the third quarter. Has Baltimore given up on their former first-round pick?3. Returner competitionThe returner competition is between Tim White and Janarion Grant, but neither player has emerged, which could result in the Ravens looking elsewhere for a returner. White and Grant each had a fumble against the Colts while returning a punt, which makes this roster battle wide open.4. Inside linebacker competitionThere are two inside linebacker competitions to monitor: the starting job alongside C.J. Mosley and the fourth spot. Patrick Onwuasor and Kenny Young are fighting for the starting weakside inside linebacker job, and it is still a tightly contested battle. Young has flashed throughout the preseason, while also displaying excellent instincts in run-defense. His coverage skills are among the best in the linebacker room, which is why Baltimore drafted him, but he must continue to showcase an ability to stop the run.Peanut is the opposite of Young; he struggles in coverage" rel="nofollow">Womens Marlon Humphrey Jersey , but he is adept in run-defense. Peanut must display better instincts in coverage to win the starting job. With the third preseason game serving as a 'dress rehearsal,' each player will be given ample opportunities to win the job.Kamalei Correa and Albert McClellan are fighting for what could be one of the last spots on the roster. Correa had a dominant Hall of Fame Game, but since then he has been subpar. McClellan has not had an impressive preseason so far, and he is seemingly losing this position battle. However, his prowess on special teams could make him a priority over Correa. 5. Cornerback competitionWith the suspension of Jimmy Smith now official, the Ravens could be looking to keep an extra cornerback on the 53-man roster. Stanley Jean-Baptiste and Darious Williams are seemingly the two front-runners. Jean-Baptiste is coming off of an impressive performance against the Colts, but he did allow one big reception in that game. Williams has had an inconsistent preseason and could be destined for the practice squad. Neither player is guaranteed a spot and the Ravens could opt to only keep five cornerbacks on the 53-man roster until Jimmy Smith returns. 6. Fourth tight end spot up for grabsWith the new injury to Hayden Hurst, the Ravens will likely keep a fourth tight end on the roster. Hurst is considered to be out for three to four weeks, per Mike Garafolo. This will open the door for Darren Waller, Maxx Williams, and Vince Mayle. Waller is practice squad eligible, while Mayle has not made a significant impact on the offensive side of the ball, which could make Baltimore's decision rather easy.