Cleveland @ Pittsburgh
Team Totals: Steelers 27.25, Browns 23.75
The Browns’ four-game streak of scoring 32-plus points is likely to end at Heinz Field, where they’ll face a Steelers defense that hasn’t allowed 30 since Week 1 of last year. Baker Mayfield is battling sore ribs at least and a sprained AC joint in his throwing shoulder at worst and hasn’t taken a convincing on-field step forward from 2019. With fantasy finishes of QB15 or worse in 5-of-5 starts, Mayfield is a low-floor, low-ceiling two-quarterback-league option. … Pittsburgh presents a worst-case-scenario matchup for Cleveland due to the Browns’ run-game foundation and the Steelers’ run-defense dominance; DC Keith Butler’s unit has held enemy backs to 64/204/3 (3.19 YPC) rushing and 63/130/2 (2.06 YPC) if you exclude last week’s 74-yard touchdown run by Miles Sanders. All told, running backs are averaging a minuscule 85.0 total yards per game versus Pittsburgh.