Baltimore Beatdown's Ravens-Browns prediction

Larry French

Which team does Baltimore Beatdown predict to win on Sunday?

The Ravens are off of their bye and appear as healthy as they've been since Week 1.

However, the Browns will have most of their players on deck for the game and boast one of the better secondaries in the NFL. Joe Flacco typically has trouble at Cleveland, with the Ravens relying on the running game against the Browns.

But the running game has been a big issue all year. Both Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce are averaging 2.8 yards per carry through seven games and have yet to find much room. Adding to the schematic woes, the Ravens received some bad news that left guard Kelechi Osemele will likely be out the rest of the year.

That said, the Browns are the Browns. Jason Campbell is their quarterback. Though Campbell is an upgrade from Brandon Weeden, he's not someone the Ravens will worry about beating them with deep passes. Extra attention will be paid to Josh Gordon, though that could open up some plays for Jordan Cameron.

This game should be low-scoring once again, with the Ravens winning their 12th in a row over the Browns with a late field goal.

Prediction: Ravens 17, Browns 14


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