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There were times this season the Browns defense looked like the best in the game. That wasn’t the story for Dick Jauron’s Cleveland Browns Defense today. Ray Rice almost single handedly rushed for more yards in today’s game than the Cleveland Browns had offensively. The Cleveland Browns defense had a couple of good series against the Ravens today then all hell broke loose.
Ray Rice ran wildly as the Browns defense couldn’t figure out how to stop him. Dick Jauron has had a hard time all season trying to figure out how to get the Browns defense able to stop the rush. The Browns ranked number one in the NFL against the pass, when it comes down to stopping the run they were third from the bottom at number 29. NFl teams run the ball. So you think Jauron would find a way for his Browns defense to defend against the run.
Am I asking to much from this guy who make a damn good living at failing? I think not. The good teams in the NFL have a fine balance between running the ball and passin...
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All season long people have been screaming for the Ravens (9-3) to feed running back Ray Rice the ball. Sunday afternoon appeared to be the beginning of that.
Rice got the ball handed to him 29 times and rewarded the Ravens with a career-high 204 yards and a touchdown against the overmatched Browns' defense. The Ravens' offense started with a 30-yard run from Rice in the...
As Baltimore Ravens All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis spectated from the sideline, Baltimore’s other Ray ran rapid over the Cleveland Browns. Ray Rice rushed for a career-high 204 yards, busting loose on a 67-yard run in the third quarter, as the Ravens managed to stay atop the AFC North by dominating Cleveland 24-10 on Sunday. [...]
Wet conditions and muddy surface in Cleveland in December? No problem for the Baltimore Ravens--- they're mudders, apparently... "We got slaughtered," Browns defensive lineman Scott Paxson said of Baltimore's ground game led by the 204-yard effort of Ray Rice. "They kicked our butt up front."The Browns knew it was going to be a long afternoon...
Ray Rice rushed for a career-high 204 yards, breaking loose on a game-changing 67-yarder in the third quarter, and the Baltimore Ravens kept pace with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North by pounding the Cleveland Browns 24-10 on Sunday.
The Cleveland Browns are having another season dismal season.
The Cleveland Browns were beaten handily by Ray Rice and the Ravens 24-10, but that doesn’t tell the story. The Ravens appeared to be trying very hard to keep the Browns in the game over the course of the first three quarters. The Browns had plenty of opportunities, but they shot themselves in the foot continually.
Granted it was a wet day in Cleveland, but the Browns receivers...
Ray Rice rushed for a career-high 204 yards, breaking loose on a game-changing 67-yarder in the third quarter, and the Ravens kept pace with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North by pounding Cleveland 24-10 on Sunday.
In the middle of the first quarter of Sunday afternoon’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, a stat flashed across the screen that illuminated the kind of season the Ravens’ Ray Rice has been having: he’s the only running back in the NFL with 700-plus rushing yards and 500-plus receiving yards. A third-round pick out of Rutgers, the Ravens’ star tailback represents everything...
As Ray Lewis watched from the sideline, Baltimore's other Ray ran roughshod over the Browns. Ray Rice rushed for a career-high 204 yards, breaking loose on a game-changing 67-yarder in the third quarter, and the Ravens kept pace with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North by pounding Cleveland 24-10 on Sunday.
As Ray Lewis watched from the sideline, Baltimore's other Ray ran roughshod over the Browns.
We all want better. Not a single one of us Browns fans that I know wouldn’t say that. Arm tackles that Ray Rice shrugged off all day + dropped touchdowns + horrible interceptions makes for an unacceptable math equation. What I don’t understand is the sense of entitled outrage that seems to be bubbling up at every opportunity with this team. Outrage indicates some level...
The Cleveland Browns finally got on the board on the Ravens' defense. Peyton Hillis caught a 52-yard pass to get the Browns near the Ravens' end zone, but the defense held and allowed just a field goal to Phil Dawson.
On Baltimore's next drive, Ray Rice sliced through the Browns' defense for a 67-yard gain that set up a Ricky Williams touchdown.
Ravens are up...