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RAVENS (3-7) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (2-8), MONDAY, 8:30 p.m., ESPN


Jennifer Badie
Sports Content Editor
Prediction: Browns 20, Ravens 13
Comment: The Ravens lost to the Browns at home with Joe Flacco, Justin Forsett and Jeremy Zuttah. No reason to think they can beat them in Cleveland with several players on offense who wouldn't start for most teams.

 



Jon Meoli
Ravens Beat Writer
Prediction: Ravens 13, Browns 9
Comment: Throw the record books out when these two teams get together. The Ravens defense will redeem itself for the sad showing in Week 5, and they’ll score just enough to make it worthwhile.

 



Mike Preston
Ravens Columnist
Prediction: Browns 17, Ravens 14
Comment: I was going with the Ravens until Cleveland benched Johnny Football for Josh McCown. He set a franchise record in passing against the Ravens in Week 5 this season.

 



Alexander Pyles
Ravens Editor
Prediction: Browns 23, Ravens 16
Comment: Browns quarterback Josh McCown passed for 457 yards the last time these teams played, a 33-30 Ravens loss in overtime at M&T Bank Stadium, and this time Joe Flacco won’t be on the opposite side to rally the Ravens.

 



Peter Schmuck
Columnist
Prediction: Browns 23, Ravens 16
Comment: Hard to predict just what is going to happen. The depleted Ravens on Monday Night Football? They'll be motivated to show they still have some fight in them after losing Joe Flacco and Justin Forsett (among others), but it probably won't matter.

 



Childs Walker
Reporter
Prediction: Ravens 17, Browns 16
Comment: The Browns are in disarray again and have been lousy on both sides of the ball. The Ravens will get a taste of life without Joe Flacco. It’s Monday Night Football! Ultimately, I picked against the cosmic possibility of the Browns beating the Ravens twice in one season.

 



Jeff Zrebiec
Ravens Beat Writer
Prediction: Browns 19, Ravens 10
Comment: The Ravens have said repeatedly that Matt Schaub has looked great in mostly-closed practices, but we can only go off what we saw in training camp and the preseason. And that wasn't a quarterback who looked capable of leading an injury-decimated team to a rare road win, even against the Browns.

 


How do you think the Ravens will fare this week? Leave your prediction in the comments section below.

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