CLEVELAND (WJZ) — In 25 years of Ravens football, the team has never had fewer wins than the Cleveland Browns when the two met in December. That is, until now.

The Browns are 9-3 and possibly headed to the playoffs for the first time in 18 years. The Ravens, meanwhile, are 7-5 and desperate for another win.

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By all accounts, the clash is a playoff game for the Ravens in that their season and post-season hopes are on the line; a loss to the Browns would deal a severe blow to the Ravens’ playoff hopes.

With a lot riding on a single game, the Ravens continue to fight to fix what has been a frustrating and disappointing season so far.

Still, the Ravens are favored to win despite having a lesser record and playing in Cleveland.

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Set to suit up for the Ravens is defensive end Calais Campbell, the team said Monday. He had been listed as questionable. Mark Andrews is also active, the Associated Press reported.


In the season-opener, the Ravens crushed Cleveland 38-6, and Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield is glad to recall that opening game as now a distant memory.

The Browns have an 11-32 record against the Ravens.

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Monday night’s matchup looks to be the most significant for both sides in their history as division rivals. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m.