This game was choppy with weirdness, can’t think of any other way to describe it… Lamar Jackson provided one brilliant highlight during an otherwise subpar performance and his 13-yard touchdown pass to Mark Andrews in the third quarter was enough to lift the Baltimore Ravens to a 16-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night.
Victory! The Baltimore Ravens (8-3) take care of business against the Cleveland Browns (6-5) and sit atop the AFC once more. Though it was a bit ugly, the home team exits M&T Bank Stadium victorious, with a final score of 16-13.
There has been a touchdown in Ravens-Browns. Quarterback Lamar Jackson threw a 13-yard touchdown to Mark Andrews to give the Ravens a 13-3 lead. But Jackson actually backed up to the 35-yard line to create space from Cleveland’s edge rushers.
Ravens control their destiny, but only if they keep stacking wins With the early games complete, the Baltimore Ravens (7-3) have regained an opportunity to lead the AFC as the battle for the bye week continues.
Ravens wide receiver Marquise Brown is likely to play Sunday night against the Cleveland Browns. Brown has been dealing with a thigh injury and missed last week's game against the Chicago Bears. Brown leads the Ravens in targets (82), yards (719), and touchdowns (6).
Check out odds, plays and more for the Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns NFL Week 12 matchup on November 28, 2021. The Baltimore Ravens (7-3) face an AFC North matchup in Week 12 with the Cleveland Browns (6-5).
It’s still early to be talking about the Baltimore Ravens‘ 2022 NFL Draft, but there’s nothing wrong with a bit of speculation. According to a recent mock draft, the Ravens could nab a huge — literally and metaphorically — draft prospect to bolster their offensive line in 2022.
There are questions surrounding the Ravens defense and whether it's too complicated, resulting in coverage breakdowns and lack of sacks. Baltimore has given up several big plays of 50 yards or more this season.