John Harbaugh is calling on the Ravens fans to be loud and clear this Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
With the Ravens facing the Browns in the season-finale, with a potential playoff berth on the line, Harbaugh is hoping there's plenty of support inside the stadium. Of course, Ravens fans will show up as they always do on Sunday afternoons. With a lot at stake, Harbaugh, at his Monday press conference, asked for the fans to be early and loud when Cleveland comes to town.
"We need our fans to be fired up, and we need our fans in the seats when we kick off," Harbaugh said. "Whether we defer or take the ball, we need them in there. We need them cheering loud, and we need to go win this game. We need our fans to make it really hard on whoever the quarterback is in their offense, and we need to go play our best game of the year. We're playing a game for the playoffs. We have a chance to make the playoffs, and it starts with winning the game. That's what we have to do. So, that's our focus — completely, totally, 100 percent [that] is our focus - and that's all we're thinking about."