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In an AFC North
clash between two teams headed in completely opposite directions this
season, the Baltimore Ravens will play host to the franchise they used
to be known as, the Cleveland Browns.
Ravens are coming off an incredibly emotional, hard-fought victory
against the New England Patriots on Sunday night. It doesn't quite erase
the taste in their mouths from last January's AFC Championship Game,
but at 2-1, things are looking up for this team.
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Browns are...well, they are trying to rebuild. Again. It hasn't been
pretty to watch so far this season, as they have been outscored 75-57
and rank in the bottom 10 in pass yards, rush yards, pass yards allowed
and rush yards allowed per game.
Where: M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD
When: Thursday, September 27 at 8:20 p.m. ET
Watch: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL.com
Listen: WTAM 1100 (Cleveland); WBAL 1090 AM (Baltimore)
Betting Line: Ravens (-14), according to Bovada
What's At Stake?
Browns need a lifeline. Everyone knew that this was going to be a rough
season for the franchise, but things just seem to keep getting worse
with each passing week. Going against their division rivals on a short
week could be disastrous.
made their statement last week by defeating the Patriots. This week, all
they have to do is stay the course and avoid playing down to the
competition, which seems to happen with this team a few times a year.
is hard to envision the Ravens finding the banana peel enough times in
this game to give the Browns a chance to win, though who knows which Joe
Flacco will show up.
Cleveland Browns Injury Report (via ESPN)
Questionable: TE Alex Smith (Concussion); WR Mohamed Massaquoi (Hamstring)
Baltimore Ravens Injury Report
Browns Player to Watch: RB Trent Richardson
Browns' offense is devoid of playmakers who can break a big play for a
score. Richardson is the best of a bad bunch. He has not taken off like
everyone expected, though some of that can be attributed to his knee
surgery in the preseason.
He did have
one great game against Cincinnati two weeks ago sandwiched in between
two terrible games. He needs to establish the tone right out of the gate
for the Browns to have a chance against a team that is bigger, faster
and far more physical than they are.
Ravens Player to Watch: QB Joe Flacco
Joe Flacco is going to enter elite territory, which he certainly has
the talent to do, this is the kind of game where he should dominate.
two of three games this season, Flacco has looked really good. But he
was terrible against the Eagles in Week 2, completing only 52 percent of
his passes with one touchdown, one interception and 5.52 yards per
The Browns boast the
27th-ranked pass defense in the NFL right now, so Flacco should have
ample opportunity to throw the ball down field and turn this into a
Key Matchup: QB Brandon Weeden vs. Ravens Secondary
though I didn't pick Weeden as the Browns player to watch, I do want to
see how he handles himself against a Ravens pass defense that has
looked susceptible this season.
has to be great for the Browns to have a chance, but they need to get
some kind of passing game going just to have something to build on the
rest of the season.
The Ravens need a
game against an "easy" opponent to start getting their confidence and
swagger back after giving up 704 yards through the air to Michael Vick
and Tom Brady. This defense prides itself on being near the top of the
stat sheets every year, yet they are struggling to stop anyone right
Ravens will only lose this game if they beat themselves. If they are
turning the ball over, forcing the defense out on the field with no
rest, things will get ugly. However, the Browns are not good enough on
their own to match what the Ravens have to throw at them.