BALTIMORE - NOVEMBER 24: Terrell Suggs #55 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates a sack against the San Francisco 49ers at M&T Bank Stadium on November 24. 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Ravens defeated the 49ers 16-6. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)
All three of the Ravens losses this season have come following big wins. Coming off a Thanksgiving win over the 49ers, Baltimore will try to avoid another letdown against the 4-7 Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
If recent history is any suggestion, then the Baltimore Ravens are in serious trouble when they head to Ohio to take on the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. All three of the Ravens' losses have come against less-than spectacular opponents directly following impressive wins. Baltimore lost to the Titans, Jaguars and Seahawks immediately after twice taking down the Steelers as well as a full-strength Texans squad. Coming off a Thanksgiving win over the 49ers, the Ravens are seemingly ripe for the upset against a lowly 4-7 Browns team.
The Browns have lost four of their last five games, including a second loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last week. Colt McCoy struggled in the loss, going 16-for-34 passing for 151 yards, averaging just 4.4 yards per pass attempt. Unfortunately, playing in the AFC North doesn't offer much reprieve, with a vaunted Ravens defense on tap. One of the biggest improvements the Ravens have made this season has been in the pass rush. Baltimore leads the league with 38 sacks, well eclipsing the 27 takedowns they had through 16 games last season.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, December 4; 4:05 pm ET
Location: Cleveland Browns Stadium, Cleveland, OH
TV Distribution Map: The506.com
Ravens: 98 Rock, WBAL-1090 AM
Browns: WMMS 100.7 FM, WTAM 1100 AM