Three Things That Could Go Wrong...

November 13, 2009

1 Ravens show no sense of urgency again. The Ravens have been slow starters the past three games, getting outscored 28-3 in the first quarter. In their first meeting with Cleveland, the Ravens took a 10-0 lead.

2 Cleveland takes advantage of bye week. If there is going to be a time when coach Eric Mangini can rally the Browns, it's going to be during an extra week off that leads up to a nationally televised game.

3 Joshua Cribbs wins field-position battle for Cleveland. In nine meetings with the Ravens, he has averaged 27.3 yards on kickoff returns. Cribbs also ran back a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown last season against the Ravens, one of his eight career touchdowns off returns.

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