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Hi, Browns fans! Our Cleveland Browns conclude their homestand at FirstEnergy Stadium for their 2017 NFL season, as they host their AFC North rival and 7-6 Baltimore Ravens. Browns will try to repeat. duplicate. and salvage a win in their home season finale as they have done Cody Parker kicked the game-winning field goal for Cleveland with less than eight minuites into the third quarter. Browns avoided game tying field goals in the second half, the one blocked by Browns defensive tackle Jamie Meder, and the second the Chargers kicker Josh Lambo missed his 27-yard attempt as time expired.to preserve the Browns 20-17 win, back on Christmas Eve afternoon, December 24. 2016. A win on Sunday would end a 16-game regular season losing streak, dating back to their 24-27 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the season finale at Heinz Field back on New Year's Day afternoon, and also a home win would be witnessed by both the Browns fans, and Jimmy Haslam from the owners box at First Energy Stadium for the second consecutive year. A win would also still leave the 2008 Detroit Lions as the only 0-16 winless team in the NFL. This season though our Cleveland Browns will conclude their season with road games at the Chicago Bears, and again they close their season at the Steelers, as they began the season hosting the Steelers in Clevaland. Tom McCarthy and Steve Beuelein are announcing the live TV commentary for The NFL On CBS's early regional game, including WOIO CBS Channel 19 in Cleveland, live on HD. Cloudy skies at 37 degrees, feels like 31 degrees, is the game forecast inside First Energy Stadium for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 5% precipitation, 72% humidity, and south/southeastern winds at 14 miles per hour. NO injuries, and try to win in your last home game of the year again in front of your home fans in attendance, and Mr. Haslam, and BELIEVELAND! http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/team/injury-report.html http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/schedule-and-events/schedule.html
Hi, Browns fans! Hope a new quarterback with Josh McCown, their home opener with their loyal Browns fans, and support from the Dawg Pound can inspire a their first win at FirstEnergy Stadium in the 35th regular season meeting with the Baltimore Ravens. Kickoff is at 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time. NO injuries, and GO BROWNS!!!!!
BrownsDawgPound posted a topic in THE BROWNS BOARDHi, Browns fans! Our 2-8 Cleveland Browns make their 30th appearance on Monday Night Football as they host the rematch with the 3-7 Baltimore Ravens, in a prime time AFC North divisonal battle, in both teams 34th all-time regular season meeting, tonight at FirstEnergy Stadium. Ravens defeated the Browns 16-0 in Cleveland'a last MNF appearance back on November 16, 2009. Cleveland though, defeated Baltimore in both teams last meeting played earlier this season at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Browns QB Josh McCown, who is again starting tonight, produced the best game of his NFL career, completing 36 of his 51 passes for 457 yards, and two touchdowns. But Travis Coons kicked the game-winning 32-yard field goal with 6:43 into overtime, to pull the 33-30 upset over Baltimore, back on October 11. A win by Cleveland on MNF would make their record to 16 wins and 14 losses, while Baltimore's record, in their 19th overall appearance in MNF, would make their record to 9-10. Baltimore defeated the Detroit Lions 18-16, in their last MNF appearance, with their game winning field goal by Justin Tucker at Ford Field, back on December 16, 2013. Browns last won a home game in Cleveland more than two years ago, when Cleveland defeated Baltimore back on November 3, 2013. Jason Campbell threw three touchdown passes, two to Davone Bess from 1 yard and 20 yards, and 4 yards to Gary Barnidge, along with Billy Cundiff's 22-yard FG and three PAT's completed their 24-18 win over the Ravens. Mike Tirico, former Buccaneers and Raiders Head Coach and Super Bowl Champion Jon Gruden, are announcing the live TV game commentary, along with sideline reporter Lisa Salters, for ESPN's Monday Night Football's international coverage. Baltimore though, leads the all-time series over Cleveland 24 wins over 9 losses, and the Ravens has also outscored the Browns 755 points to the Browns 488 points, in the previous 33 meetings. Mostly cloudy skies at 45 degrees, feels like 40 degrees, is the game forecast inside FirstEnergy Stadium, for the 8:30PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 0% precipitation, 58% humidity, and east/southeastern winds at 8 miles per hour. Visiting Ravens are wearing their black helmets, white jerseys, and black pants, while the host Browns are wearing their orange helmets, brown jerseys and pants. NO injuries, go for the sweep against the struggling Ravens to win and equal Baltimore's record to 3-8, and GO BROWNS!!!!! Browns Vs. Ravens Monday Night Football Game Preview, And Pre Game Injury Reports: http://www.espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/page/MNFHQ/monday-night-football-hq-nfl http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/team/injury-report.html http://www.baltimoreravens.com/team/injury-report.html Browns Vs. Ravens Monday Night Football Live NFL Game Centers: http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/schedule-and-events/game/2015/regular12/ http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015113000/2015/REG12/ravens@browns#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview