Good news for two teams without a win, someone has to win. This week, it's the Ravens. In their home opener, the Ravens find a little rhythm against a struggling Browns team that couldn't get by the Dolphins last week.
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Ravens 24, Browns 17
The Browns belong in the CFL.
Ravens 34, Browns 10
Somebody is going to have to pay for last week's fiasco in Denver, and the Browns seem like the perfect candidate to restore the Ravens' self-esteem. Look for 50-50 run/pass balance and Dallas Clark to soak his hands in Crazy Glue.
Ravens 30, Browns 20
After getting embarrassed by the Broncos in the season opener, the Ravens get exactly what they need: a date with the Browns. The defense will play better and the offense will cash in a couple of turnovers to improve to 11-0 against the Browns under John Harbaugh..
Ravens 27, Browns 17
Stinging from embarrassing season debut last week, Ravens take it out on Browns by getting back to business with physical running game, swarming defense.
Ravens 23, Browns 17
After honoring the Super Bowl XLVII championship team, the 2013 Ravens will start to carve out their own identity with a workmanlike victory over the Browns behind a revitalized run game and a few big plays from the defense.Stan "The Fan" Charles
Ravens 24, Browns 16
Tough spot for improving Browns defense, as it's the Ravens' home opener as champs. Also, proud team will want to wash away the stench of second half nightmare in Denver. As tough a spot was last Thursday for Ravens in Denver, this is almost as tough for Cleveland.