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)

Ravens Vs. Browns: Baltimore Cruises to 24-10 win.

The Ravens easily handled the Browns in a 24-10 win. For more on this game, visit Ravens blog Baltimore Beat Down and Browns blog Dawgs By Nature.

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NFL Scores Week 16: Browns Vs. Ravens, Ray Rice Leads The Way In 20-14 Baltimore Win

The Baltimore Ravens moved to 11-4 on the season with a 20-14 win over the Cleveland Browns in Week 16. Ray Rice led the way with more than 130 total yards and a touchdown.

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NFL Scores, Week 13: Browns Vs. Ravens, Ray Rice Runs For 204 Yards In Win

The Baltimore Ravens had no trouble dispatching the Cleveland Browns for their ninth win of the season.

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Colt McCoy Injury: Browns QB Knocked Out Vs. Ravens

Browns quarterback Colt McCoy suffered an injury against the Ravens on Sunday and limped off the field with the help of Cleveland's training staff after taking a hard hit from Baltimore defensive lineman Arthur Jones. Seneca Wallace replaced McCoy under center for the Browns.

The Browns announced that McCoy's return to the game is probable (via Twitter).

Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot reports from the game: "Trainers working on Browns Colt McCoy on bench, looks like right leg, possibly high ankle. no official word yet." After he was treated, McCoy then up and begun throwing a ball on the sideline.

McCoy completed three of his first five passes for 16 yards before he was forced to leave the field.

For more on the Ravens head over to Baltimore Beat Down. For more on the Browns, check out Dawgs By Nature. Follow the rest of Week 13 at SB Nation NFL with our comprehensive NFL Week 13 StoryStream.

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Ray Lewis Injury: Ravens Linebacker Out Vs. Browns

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will not play vs. the Browns on Sunday, the third consecutive game he has missed with a toe injury. Lewis was listed as questionable for the game despite not practicing all week.

Head coach John Harbaugh said Friday that he thought there was a chance Lewis could play, but the defensive leader will be inactive again. And NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora added via Twitter that it is "Very doubtful he plays next week either."

Lewis had played in 57 consecutive games before sitting out on Nov. 20 against the Bengals. Dannell Ellerbe will replace him in the lineup.

Here are the other inactives for Baltimore: Wide receiver LaQuan Williams, cornerback Chris Carr, linebacker Sergio Kindle, wide receiver Tandon Doss, cornerback Chykie Brown, running back Anthony Allen.

For more on the Ravens head over to Baltimore Beat Down. For more on the Browns, check out Dawgs By Nature. Follow the rest of Week 13 at SB Nation NFL with our comprehensive NFL Week 13 StoryStream.

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Ravens Vs. Browns: TV Schedule, Game Time Announcers And More

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.

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NFL Picks And Predictions Week 13: Ravens Vs. Browns

The Baltimore Ravens have a nasty habit of dropping easy game after big wins. Will that happen this week against the Browns?

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NFL Odds And Lines Week 13: Ravens Vs. Browns

The Baltimore Ravens will look to further cement their spot atop the AFC North by defeating the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.

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