If there's one thing we know about Batch, he's a good game manager and is more than capable of running this offense. If you're going to win with Batch though, it's not going to be 350 yds and 3 TD's. It's going to be running the ball, play action, short passes, roll outs to avoid pressure and get rid of the ball quickly.
There's no way he can extend plays like Ben can or avoid a sack with a 320 lb lineman hanging off his shoulder. The OL has to absolutely above all else not allow pressure to get through.
Whatever combination of Dwyer, Mendy, and Redman they choose to go with better have a good game; I'm talking 150 yds rushing as a team at least. We know we can power rush any defense in the league right now and the Browns are 24th against the run. If Haley just sticks to it and doesn't go hog wild throwing the ball all over creation this "should" be a win.
The Browns are all but holding open tryouts for cornerbacks now so if Batch has time to get it down field then Wallace and Sanders should be able to find soft spots; same with Heath if they can pull him away from Mike Adams' side.