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Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens : LIVE streaming, NFL Football commentary, live score updates, date, start time, team news. Team Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns finally square off for NFL Football battle at the M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD, October 23, this Sunday, Week 7, scheduled to commence on 1:00 PM.
How To Watch
When: Sunday, 1:00 PM, 23 October 2022
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Online streaming: fuboTV
Follow: CBS App
No matter how badly a weekend goes for the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns — and the most recent one certainly wasn''t great — they can usually take some solace in the division standings.
Nobody ever seems to pull away in the AFC North, and that means a divisional matchup like this week''s can be a nice opportunity to make things right.
“We’re not playing well, everyone knows that, it’s not a secret,” Cleveland safety John Johnson III said. “But the truth of the matter is that’s what’s in front of us and that’s what we can accomplish if we lock in 100 percent.”
The Ravens host the Browns on Sunday in a matchup between a Baltimore team that leads the division despite a .500 record — and a Cleveland team that''s only one game behind. The Ravens have blown double-digit leads in the second half of all three of their losses, and the Browns have dropped three straight.
The four AFC North teams are separated by one game. It''s not much different than last season, when first-place Cincinnati ended up just two games in front of Cleveland and Baltimore, which tied for last.
“If we win this game we’ll put ourselves in a situation to get that first-place spot, but it’s going to be one week at a time, one day at a time and it starts today,” Johnson said. “I think we’ve got to dominate today and go from there.”
Of all the teams in the division, the Ravens (3-3) may have the best chance to separate themselves. They''ve trailed, on average, for only 2:09 per game, but fourth-quarter collapses like last weekend''s against the New York Giants have been a problem.
“The foundation is there,” Baltimore coach John Harbaugh said. "We know we’re playing good football (on) both sides of the ball. Just keep striving, keep trying to get better, keep building on what we’ve done in the past, and we’re going to be good.”
Cleveland (2-4) lost 38-15 last weekend to New England.
ON THE GROUND
This game pits two of the NFL''s top rushers against each other — although they produce their yards in vastly different ways.
Cleveland''s Nick Chubb is No. 1 in the league with 649 yards rushing, and Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson is fifth at 451.
Jackson, of course, has also thrown for 1,277 yards.
“He’s just a dynamic guy with the ball, it’s been that way probably his whole life,” Johnson said. “Every level he’s dominated with the ball in his hand, running and passing. I just think he’s one of one in this league. Very elusive, very sudden. I just think you got to have 11 guys running to the ball to contain him.”
Browns quarterback Jacoby Brissett’s best performance last week came after the game.
Following his worst outing so far with Cleveland, Brissett spoke up in the locker room, promising his teammates he’ll be better and encouraging them to dig deep before the season slips away.