Guys, I'd like to apologize in advance if I overuse the word poop in today's newsletter, but let's be honest, I don't think there's anyway around it after what went down in Cleveland on Monday night, and a lot went down, if you know what I mean.In what was easily the craziest game of the year, beat the (both figuratively and literally). Jackson led Baltimore to 10 points over the final 1:53 to help push the to a 47-42 win. This game might not have been so close if Jackson had played more than two minutes of the fourth quarter, but he didn't and that's because he spent nearly the entire fourth quarter in the locker room battling cramps (or if you ask Twitter or , he spent the quarter sitting on the toilet trying to get out a dump).I've been on Twitter since 2008 and I've never seen so many poop jokes in my life. It's like everyone had been saving their poop jokes for the past 12 months, just so they could get them all out in one night. I feel dirtier, but happier for having been on Twitter last night.If you didn't watch the game, I'll be covering it in-depth here, so don't worry. All you need to know is that it was completely bonkers. Alright, let's get to the rundown. As always, here's your weekly reminder to tell all your friends to sign up for the newsletter. All you have to do is . You can even share it from the bathroom. 1. Today's Show: Ravens win thriller over BrownsFor Tuesday's podcast, not only do you get me, Will Brinson and Ryan Wilson, but we also had a special guest in the form of resident Browns homer Josh Edwards, and let me just say that this was the perfect day to have on a resident Browns homer. As an homage to Lamar Jackson, we all agreed to go the entire podcast without using the bathroom.If you're wondering what we talked about on the podcast, it mostly focused on the game. Here are three quick highlights from Baltimore's win:Lamar Jackson was clutch. I have no idea if Lamar jackson actually had bowel i sues, but whatever happened in the Ravens locker room in the fourth quarter, it fixed him. Over the final two minutes of the game, the Ravens had two po se sions and both ended with a score, thanks to Lamar, who went 5 of 6 for 83 yards and a TD. Those numbers are ridiculous when you consider that he had gone just 6 of 11 for 80 yards for the entire game before the two-minute warning. Jackson also rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns. made one mistake and it was costly.Mayfield played out of his mind in this game, but he did make one big mistake and it cost the Browns big time. With Baltimore leading 28-20 in the third quarter, Mayfield got picked off near his own end zone. Baltimore's returned it to Cleveland's 1-yard line and the Ravens would end up scoring on the next play. In a game where every point mattered, Mayfield's interception ended up making a big difference. has ice in his veins.Tucker is the best kicker in the NFL -- and he might even be the best kicker in NFL history -- and he proved it once again by nailing a 55-yard field goal with two seconds left to give Baltimore the win. If you want to watch and admire the field goal like I have done multiple times over the past 12 hours, . As for the podcast, we spent most of our time debating two things and one of those things had to do with whether Lamar Jackson actually had a cramp or if he just had to go No . 2. We also talked about the playoff picture and how we all now think the Ravens are now going to make the postseason following their wild win. To listen to today's episode -- and subscribe to the podcast -- . 2. Five crazy things from the Ravens-Browns gameI could probably have spent the entire newsletter recapping this game, but I won't do that to you. For one, I think we have a limit on how many times I'm allowed to used the word poop, and also, Pete Prisco would be highly upset with me if I didn't share his power rankings.With that in mind, let's take one last look at Baltimore's win by going over five crazy things that happened: 1. Lamar's bathroom break. One of the hottest debates on Twitter right now is whether Lamar Jackson left the game to poop during the fourth quarter. The Ravens quarterback claims he had cramps, but whatever it was, he turned into Superman after fixing the problem. Jackson's i sue kept him out for the entire fourth quarter, but then he miraculously recovered just in time to return at the two-minute warning. It was truly impeccable timing and that's because the Ravens were trailing 35-34 and facing a fourth-and-5. If they didn't convert, the game likely would have been over. Not only did Jackson convert, but he converted by throwing a 44-yard touchdown pa s to , who had previously dropped three pa ses in the game. It was the craziest play of a crazy day for Lamar.2. Teams combine to make history. The Browns and the Ravens combined for NINE rushing touchdowns, which is something that none of us have ever seen before. I take that back, it actually has happened two other times in NFL history, but both of those came in 1922, so if you were alive 98 years ago, then this was probably just another game for you. The rushing touchdowns came from Lamar Jackson (2), (2), (2), J.K. Dobbins, and Baker Mayfield. I mean, you know things are getting out of hand when even Baker gets a rushing TD.3. Points, points and more points. If you only watched the final two minutes of this game, then you still saw enough to call this the best game of the year. Over the final two minutes, the two teams combined for 20 points with the Ravens scoring 13 of them via a touchdown, a two-point conversion, a field goal and a safety. The Browns also scored a touchdown. This was the most points scored in the final two minutes of a game since 2013, when the Ravens and somehow combined for 28. The 20 points brought the game total up to 89, which made it the highest scoring game of the 2020 season and the third-highest in the history of Monday Night Football. 4. Ravens flagged for 15 men on the field. Although it might sound like I'm making this up, I swear, I am not. If Lamar hadn't taken a bathroom break in the fourth quarter or if the Ravens had lost, they might have been laughingstock of the NFL because of this play. They didn't get caught with 12-men on the field for even 13 or 14, they got caught WITH 15. And the best part is that the refs DIDN'T EVEN NOTICE. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski had to challenge the play before the penalty got enforced. If you want to know what it looks like when a team .5. Bad beat for Browns bettors. The Browns closed as a 3.5-point underdog at most sportsbooks, which means, anyone who bet the Browns looked like they were going to win some money after Justin Tucker's field goal gave Baltimore a 45-42 lead with two seconds left... but then something crazy happened. On the ensuing