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The comparisons increase after each loss by the Cleveland Browns. Will they go winless through the entire season. The Browns (0-9) will get another opportunity to halt their march toward infamy when they face the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday Night Football (5:30 p.m. PT/8:30 p.m. ET, NFL Network).
Week 10 of the NFL season starts off with the Cleveland Browns visiting the Baltimore Ravens at the M&T Bank Stadium looking for their first win of the season. Here are all the things you need to know for Browns vs. Ravens NFL Week 10 matchup including live stream links, preview and TV schedule.
The Baltimore Ravens snapped a four-game losing streak to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and return to the top spot in the AFC North last Sunday. To hold on to a tenuous playoff berth, they’ll have to get past an 0-9 Cleveland Browns team on Thursday Night Football.
The Ravens hamstrung the Steelers in Week 9, limiting Ben Roethlisberger to just 50 first-half passing yards in a performance that made the four-time Pro Bowler look more like Ryan Fitzpatrick. All-Pro running back Le’Veon Bell, who carved Baltimore up for 129 yards the last time these teams met, gained just 32 yards on 14 carries against a rejuvenated defense. After a lost 2015, defensive coordinator Dean Pees has restored the Ravens D back to a its fearsome reputation.
That’s bad news for a Cleveland team with question marks on both sides of the ball. The Browns are seeking to end the instability behind center that has plagued the franchise since its return to northeast Ohio. Injuries have forced the team to play six different quarterbacks this fall. Despite the presence of a healthy Josh McCown, head coach Hue Jackson will stick with rookie third-round pick Cody Kessler — for now.
The good news in Baltimore is that their victory over their most hated rivals last week snapped a four-game losing streak for the Ravens. The even better news is that the win over the Pittsburgh Steelers thrust the Ravens into first place in a surprisingly disappointing AFC North.
The bad news is that while a win is a win, the issues that caused the Ravens to drop four games in a row were still very much in evidence against the Steelers—issues that the team has to get figured out in a hurry if Baltimore is going to make any sort of real noise in the AFC in 2016.