Found November 04, 2012 on Waiting For Next Year:
Might we be able to go streaking? A win against the Ravens today would give the Browns an honest-to-God win streak AND they’ll have won two-in-a-row within the division. While I’m not super duper confident heading into this game, there is some reason for optimism. The Browns played the Ravens fairly well in Baltimore (without Joe Haden), Phil Taylor is making his season debut and the Ravens have been hurt by injuries. Over their last three games, Baltimore’s Ray Lewis-less defense has given up an astonishing 622 yards on the ground. Things seems primed for Trent Richardson to have a monster game. Some additional reading: Browns vs Ravens Reader Survey. Talking talking talking (and talking some more) about the Ravens. A note to the Browns regarding the Ravens. Star Wars, Disney, the Cleveland Browns and Jimmy Haslam. This is your Browns-Ravens open thread.    
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