Baltimore earned a wild-card card berth Sunday by defeating the Cleveland Browns 20-10 and getting an assist halfway across the country.
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Flacco is 12-1 all-time against Cleveland, including a 23-21 victory in Week 3 when Justin Tucker kicked the winning 32-yard field goal as time expired.
How nice it would be for the Baltimore Ravens if all they needed to secure a playoff berth was to beat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
After Baltimore’s frustrating 27-24 loss on Sunday, the door is open for every club in the division to make a second half run at the title.
The Cleveland Browns couldn’t finish the job, so Joe Flacco did–setting up a 32-yard field goal by Justin Tucker on the game’s final play, rallying Baltimore to a 23-21 win on Sunday.
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns were moving to Baltimore and there was nothing anyone could do stop it. And as he sat in the stands of old Municipal Stadium, which on Dec. 17, 1995 was […]
Cleveland Browns radio broadcast analyst Doug Dieken joined Ed and Steve to talk about this weekend’s Ravens Browns game in Cleveland.
NFL Hall Of Fame Quarterback And CBS Sports Color Commentator Phil Simms Joined The Scott Garceau Show
Scott asked Phil if he believes that the Ravens made the correct move in cutting Ray Rice. “What could they have done, hey can only go by the information that has been given to them. I don’t know what to say.”
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It seems we’ve jumped into the pool of relativism since we got wind of Josh Gordon’s season-long suspension for marijuana use. You have the indignant faction that can’t believe someone who smokes weed gets a year while Ray Rice skates with a two-game suspension
Mary Kay Cabat talks about the Browns and the trouble they have been going through without the season officially starting. With Josh Gordon out and with the back and forth quarterbacks, the Browns are in trouble. Josh Gordon is suspended for a year, while Ray Rice is only suspended the first two games and a fine. Although there is some unfairness in both of those disputes, it is not up to the public, it is up to the NFL and Roger Goodell. On some positive news for the Brown’s , Towson’s own running back Terrance West, should make a good start for them and some other key players including Jordan Cameron, Miles Austin, and Andrew Hawkins.