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Cleveland Browns Vs Baltimore Ravens; Game Three Preview…..



                       Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens

                                    Where: M&T Bank Stadium

                                    When: Sunday September, 26th

                                    Weather: Cloudy, High of 73 Degrees

                                     Time: 1:00 p.m.

Look for the Ravens to be ready to Rock N Roll this Sunday as they try to get back on track after last week’s loss to the Bengals. The Ravens can’t afford to lose back to back games in the AFC North and absolutely can’t afford to lose  to the lowly Cleveland Browns this weekend. The Browns need a win to to get some confidence in this 2010 season before it goes farther south. Flacco threw four interceptions last week and the Browns are going to need him to make some mistakes this Sunday if they want a shot on Sunday. The Browns need to cut the turnovers,penalties and score points in the second half if they are going to win in Baltimore.

What to look for:


Coach Mangini, has said he made a mistake in not putting the ball in Cribb’s hand more often last week against the Chiefs.  Josh Cribbs is the teams best player and could be the only play maker that puts fear in opponents. They need Josh to make some plays and put them in a position to win the game on Sunday.

“Quarterback Position”

Wallace or Delhomme can’t make any mistakes this Sunday. They need to realize throwing the football instead of an interception is a good play. Interceptions have killed the Browns the past two Sundays. This will be Wallace’s first time playing against the Ravens if he makes the start. I am not sure if that is advantage or disadvantage. The Ratbirds are going to pin the ears back and attack the Browns Offense on Sunday. I am interested in seeing how the teams offense steps up to this challenge.

“Establish a Running Game”

The Browns need to be able to run the football against the Ravens if we are going to get a win. Harrison and Hillis can’t put the ball on the ground and need to  have a game that will make us forget about there performance the past two weeks. James Davis should get some opportunities this weekend to get the ground game going for the Browns.

“Second Half”

Cleveland hasn’t scored a point in the second half yet this season. The Browns need the Receivers to make some plays and what better time then this Sunday for there coming out party. The team desperately needs to get some points on the board after halftime before it  becomes a major problem. The Browns have led the first two weeks at halftime and if they get that opportunity to be ahead this Sunday, they can’t blow it in the second half.

Keys to the Game:

Pressure Flacco

Protect the Quarterback

Run the Football

Win the Turnover Battle

Don’t commit stupid Penalties


Cleveland Browns 17 Baltimore Ravens 10

What better way to help everyone forget about this miserable start and win a game they shouldn’t win  in Baltimore. I am expecting Cribbs to step up and lead the Browns to there first win in the 2010 season. I think we are a much better team then what everyone thinks, and can sneak up and surprise the Ravens, on Sunday.

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One Response to “Cleveland Browns Vs Baltimore Ravens; Game Three Preview…..”

  1. Denolakes says:

    The most important thing to look for is the channels guide and have the remote ready . . .

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