CLEVELAND, OH - DECEMBER 4: Quarterback Colt McCoy #12 of the Cleveland Browns passes down field during the fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns Stadium on December 4, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Ravens debated the Browns 24-10. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
The Ravens are big favorites against the Browns this weekend.
The Ravens figure to have a good shot in the playoffs if they can secure some home games. After all, Baltimore is riding the longest home winning streak in franchise history.
The Ravens look to complete their first perfect regular season at home and do their part to clinch the AFC North with an eighth straight victory over the Cleveland Browns this Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium.
Peter King thinks the Ravens are going to win and they're going to win big.
The Ravens are 7-0 against Cleveland in the Harbaugh Era. Which leads me to this: An emailer to my column this week said he was souring on John Harbaugh for not maximizing the talent on his roster. I'm sure most of you would agree with me on this point: Lots of cities would kill for a 42-20 regular-season record in four seasons, and a 2011 series sweep over the big, bad Steelers.