Found December 05, 2011 on
Baltimore Ravens – 24, Cleveland Browns – 10
In this game, neither quarterback mattered a whole lot, and the winning QB actually mattered the least. Joe Flacco (157 total yards) got the win, but didn’t even complete 50% of his passes as his team mostly won without him being very involved. Colt McCoy (204 total yards, 1 TD, 1 INT) did throw a TD pass, but really that came with about four minutes left to go in a game that was well decided at that point.
Ed Dickson (3-47) was the best receiver for the day for the Ravens, and all of his catches and yards came in the first half. Neither Anquan Boldin (2-32) nor Torrey Smith (1-32) were factors, as the Ravens were just happy to do what everyone else does against the Browns, and that’s run the ball down their throats.
Greg Little (3-18) did well… very little. Ben Watson (3-34) did his best Owen Daniels impression by gathering 3 for 30, although it was sleeper-that-hasn’t-woken-up-all-season TE Evan Moore (2-28, 1 TD) that got the l...
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Rice ran through a crapstorm in Cleveland
Finally – for the first time since way back in Week 3 – the Ravens were able to dominate an inferior opponent on the road, running roughshod over the Cleveland Browns for a 24-10 victory that wasn’t as close as the two touchdown final spread might indicate.
Ray Rice had a career day sloshing through the muddy much at Cleveland Stadium...
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BEREA -- Trying to make sense of the Cleveland Browns is much like trying to explain the attraction of Dancing With the Stars.
Some things simply do not make sense.
With the Browns, the bottom line coming off Sundays embarrassing loss to the Ravens is this reality: Baltimore is a team that has been built for years to a style, system and approach. The Browns keep re-creating their...
Is there a way that the Browns can upset the Ravens? Well ... Terry's still looking.
Even without Ray Lewis, the Ravens' defense dominated an incompetent Browns offense on Sunday.
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Ravens do what they need to do by sticking to what they should do on offenseMatt Vensel, Sports Blitz: My game ball goes to Cam Cameron for running the ball early and often with Ray Rice against an overmatched run defense, and props to the Ravens defense, too, for smothering Colt McCoy and putting the clamps on Peyton Hillis.
As Ray Lewis watched from the sideline, Baltimore's other Ray ran roughshod over the Browns.
Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis headlines the list of inactives for Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Lewis, who has a toe injury, has now missed three consecutive games for the first time since 2005.
The Cleveland Browns didn't not make the grade last Sunday.