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Although not their biggest rivalry, beating Browns always important for Ravens

Although not their biggest rivalry, beating Browns always important for Ravens

About 140 miles from FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, where the Browns and Ravens kick off at 1 p.m. Sunday, arguably the NFL's most anticipated game this weekend will be going on simultaneously at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.

The Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals renew their heated rivalry in a matchup most prognosticators believe will ultimately decide the AFC North. The Ravens, meanwhile, have long used their season series against the Browns as a springboard to the postseason.

In the past 13 seasons, the Ravens have swept the Browns eight times. In every one of those years, they've qualified for the playoffs. And then there's this: The Ravens have started 2-0 four times in...

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