CLEVELAND, Ohio — To say the Browns and Falcons are heading in two opposite directions might be an understatement. There’s the streaks on each side. The Browns have dropped four games in a row since their dramatic overtime win against Baltimore. The Falcons have won three games in a row to put a 1-3 start behind them. There’s also, simply, the state of the franchises. The Browns fired their head coach two Mondays ago and are playing under interim head coach Gregg Williams. Dan Quinn might have been on shaky ground at 1-4, but he has the Falcons pointed the right direction. Steve Sarkisian has managed to put many of the criticisms he faced behind him, too. Last week, the Chiefs went up and down the field at will against the Browns defense. The Falcons offense is high-scoring, but it’s not the Chiefs. The Browns have that going for them. The Falcons defense isn’t very good, either and, unlike the Chiefs who, at the very least, can get to the quarterback, there isn’t one thing the Falcons defense does at a particularly high level. This game will be more competitive than last week’s game. Even when the Browns were within striking distance, it always felt like the Chiefs still had another gear if they needed it. I’m not picking an upset, but it should at least be entertaining. My pick: Falcons 33, Browns 24. My record: 4-5.