There’s never been any love lost between the Ravens and Browns, NFL step-brothers with a shared history.
Five games does not make an NFL season but the AFC North has a very bizarre look right now. Yes, that’s CLEVELAND at the top of the heap.
A redemptive performance by the Baltimore Ravens’ defense provided the defending Super Bowl champions with another win over their favorite patsies, the Cleveland Browns.
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The Cleveland Indians, boosted by a good-luck chicken and a pair of RBIs from both Yan Gomes and Ryan Raburn, beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-4 Wednesday night.
Michael Brantley homered and had four RBIs, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-2 Monday night for their ninth win in 12 games.
The state of Ohio is a swing state so it only makes sense that the Ravens fan base is split with the results of week 9.
A win is a win. Doesn’t mean the grades are good.
Ray Rice At Home vs. Cleveland 2012 18 ATT, 49 YDS, 2.7 AVG, 8 REC 2011 23 ATT, 87 YDS, 3.8 AVG, 3 REC 2010 15 ATT, 80 YDS, 5.3 AVG, 4 REC 2009 11 […]
Joe Flacco At Home vs. Cleveland 2012 28 of 46, 356 yds, 60.9%, 1TD/ 1INT, 83.2 QB Rating 2011 11 of 24, 132 yds, 45.8%, 2TD/1 INT, 73.6 QB Rating 2010 22 of 31, 262 […]
Browns play-by-play guy Jim Donovan joined The Norris & Davis Show to preview The Ravens upcoming competition. Donovan talked about Browns RB Trent Richardson, QB Brandon Weeden and more.
Would the Browns have won a Super Bowl with all their talent in the late ’90s?