Ravens 26, Browns 21
The Ravens have had two weeks to prepare for the Browns, and it might be just enough to help them get back to .500.
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Ravens 21, Browns 17
Cleveland is starting to fold. The Browns will play the Ravens tough, but Cleveland will be finished for the season after this loss.
Ravens 23, Browns 13
Coming off a bye week and with no other choice but to win if they want to stay relevant in the playoff race, the Ravens will grind this one out and position themselves to gain some meaningful ground on the Bengals at home next week.
Ravens 27, Browns 16
The Ravens will bounce back after the bye against the Browns, who have not beaten them in the John Harbaugh-Joe Flacco era, for a needed victory.
Ravens 17, Browns 9
Although the Ravens haven't come close to resembling their championship form, they're still capable of beating the Browns. They should win their 12th consecutive game against Cleveland behind a quick-tempo passing game with plenty of three receiver sets and a pass rush that contains Jason Campbell.
Ravens 16, Browns 13
The Ravens have had two weeks to grasp the fact that if they lose this game, they'll be in must-win mode the rest of the way. They'll respond, like they always do against the Browns and after bye weeks.
Stan "The Fan" Charles
Ravens 24, Browns 14
If you exclude the game in Buffalo — when the Ravens abandoned the run and threw more than 50 times —they have lost to Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger — all Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks. Jason Campbell will be unable to match the number of points Flacco and company will score.