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CLEVELAND -- Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden was right that these Baltimore Ravens aren't the Ravens of old. You can start with the fact that quarterback Joe Flacco, one of the remaining pieces of last year's championship season, isn't the Flacco …Share Tweet
Bess bounces back from a drop-filled performance last week against Kansas City; Little makes up for 2 personal fouls by leading the Browns in receiving against Ravens.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns' head coach Rob Chudzinski is a gambling man and Jason Campbell will help him grow even bolder - Bud ShawBehind some bold play calling, the Browns and Jason Campbell ended Baltimore's 11-game stranglehold on the series, winning 24-18 at FirstEnergy StadiumShare TweetSenior Editor Vic Carucci says quarterback Jason Campbell became the symbol of what the Browns are all about by fighting through sore ribs to lead them to a 24-18 victory against the Ravens.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns give themselves and fans boost with win over Baltimore Ravens: What people are sayingJason Campbell throws three touchdown passes and the Cleveland Browns find themselves in the hunt in the AFC North.Share TweetRookie makes big splash with third quarter fumble recovery.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns scribbles: Ray Horton's defense has 10 sacks in last six quarters and has been stopping the run - Terry PlutoThe Browns had five sacks from five different players on Joe Flacco, and they also held Ray Rice to 17 yards in 11 carries.Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 3, 2013After stunning the Saints 26-20, the Jets jumped back into a playoff race it looked like they had lost.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns give fans a reason to stomp and scream as they finally beat Baltimore: Terry PlutoBrowns play tough, aggressive football to end an 11-game losing streak to Baltimore.Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns 24, Baltimore Ravens 18: 2013 NFL MegablogCan the Browns split the season series against the Super Bowl champs and get the second half off to a quick start? Only the Megablog knows for sure.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 3, 2013The Ravens signed former Bengals running back Bernard Scott this week as insurance against Bernard Pierce’s thigh injury, but they won’t wind up needing him against the Browns on Sunday. Scott is inactive, while Pierce and Ray Rice are active for Baltim…Share TweetESPN.com Nov 3, 2013CLEVELAND -- There were no surprises on the Baltimore Ravens' inactive list at the Cleveland Browns. Starting left guard Kelechi Osemele (back) and wide receiver Brandon Stokley (groin) were the only injured scratches. Osemele had been ruled out Friday …Share Tweetcleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot, Tom Reed and Glenn Moore preview the matchup and talk about the big storylines.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 3, 2013Since Rob Ryan and Rex Ryan both became coordinators or higher, they’ve squared off four times. Rex is undefeated against Rob. It’s not just 2-0 with Rex as head coach of the Jets and Rob as defensive coordinator the Cowboys and before that the Browns. …Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns Countdown to Kickoff: the AFC North is as wide open as it's been in years - Bud ShawThe Browns have lost 11 in a row to Baltimore but have their best chance to end the streak Sunday at FirstEnergy StadiumShare Tweet
Sunday Blitz: Ravens-Browns RecapNov 3Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Browns' Week 9 win over the Ravens.
Browns postgame press conferenceNov 3Browns react following game with Ravens
Week 9: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns highlightsNov 3The Cleveland Browns took down the Baltimore Ravens at home winning 24-18 to take second place in the AFC North in their Week 9 matchup.
Campbell Powers Browns Past RavensNov 3Jason Campbell threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns as the Browns ended an 11-game losing streak to the Ravens.
Don Banks: Jets continue remarkable run in win over Saints; more Week 9 Sn…Nov 3Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a Week 9 full of surprises and entertaining close games. ...
Clayton's Last Call: Offenses find a wayNov 3A recent rash of injuries at receiver didn't slow offenses, writes John Clayton. Plus, the Panthers' rise; the Steelers' fall and more.