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Browns vs. Ravens – Week 9

2013_11_browns_ravens_previewThe Cleveland Browns return home on Sunday to take on the Baltimore Ravens in the first of three consecutive games against AFC North Division foes.

The Browns are coming off a game in Kansas City where they fell behind to the Chiefs, staged a rally, only crossed midfield once in their final five drives of the game, and walked out of Arrowhead Stadium the possessors of a moral victory to much jubilation.

Can the Browns pick up an actual victory against a Ravens team that the Browns have not beaten in their last 11 tries?

We start to find out in our game preview at The Cleveland Fan.

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Browns vs. Ravens – Week 2

2013_09_browns_ravens_previewThe Cleveland Browns travel to Baltimore on Sunday to take on the Ravens.

It will be the home opener for Baltimore, which means they will be unveiling their Super Bowl banner and celebrating last season’s victory in front of the home fans.

Yeah, that’s going to be a laugh riot for the Browns.

Barring something strange happening, one of these teams will walk out of the stadium on Sunday with an 0-2 record on the season.

There are certainly ways that we can see the Browns pulling out a win against Baltimore – but it is not going to be easy.

Let’s try to figure it out as our game preview starts … now at The Cleveland Fan.

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Browns vs. Ravens – Week 9

The Cleveland Browns welcome the Baltimore Ravens to the Stadium on Sunday, and one way or another a streak will end.

The Browns are looking for their third consecutive home win. Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco is 9-0 vs. the Browns. The Ravens are also looking to sweep the Browns for the fifth consecutive year.

Something has to give – but what?

Let’s see if we can find out at The Cleveland Fan.

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Browns vs. Ravens – Week 4

The Cleveland Browns head to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in the NFL Network’s nationally televised Thursday night game of the week.

Should be a lovely time.

How will the Browns respond after a team-wide poor showing on Sunday against Buffalo? In some ways, having a short week could be a blessing for the Browns as they get a chance to wash the losing taste out of their months quickly.

Plus, facing a division foe should help with the game planning. As the teams face each other twice a year, there really shouldn’t be anything the Ravens can throw at the Browns that they are not expecting.

Of course, being the Browns, none of that may matter.

For the full preview, head over to The Cleveland Fan.

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