The Cleveland Browns are still looking to pick up a win this season, with the latest attempt coming on national television against the Baltimore Ravens.
Well, it’s time to watch the Cleveland Browns play the annual primetime game of the season.
The Browns have been relegated to Sunday afternoons for much of the past decade, so it is nice to watch the team in primetime. The fact the Browns are 0-9 isn’t too great for ratings, but fans in Cleveland will surely be tuning in.
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The team comes in relatively healthy tonight, with Jamar Taylor coming in as the only notable player on the inactive list.
Joe Haden is once again in the starting lineup, and will look to have another great performance against the Ravens this season. He had two interceptions in the Week 2 matchup, which are his only two of the season.
He, along with Jamie Collins, will look to finally hold a team under 25 points this season, although it will come down to more than just those two individuals. The pass rush will be something to watch, as it has disappeared during the past few weeks.
The offense must also step up and improve upon a ten-point performance against the Dallas Cowboys. The Browns were able to jump out to a 20-0 lead the last time these two teams played, so let’s see if Hue Jackson opens up the playbook for Cody Kessler early on.
As always, we here at Dawg Pound Daily want to keep the conversation going throughout the game. So be sure to comment on this post during what will hopefully not be an embarrassing performance for the Browns on national television.