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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2013
Dolphins 23, Browns 10 Strategy: With a new head coach in Rob Chudzinski and new coordinators in Norv Turner and Ray Horton, the Browns will look a little different than they did a year ago. Offensively, the Browns used a variety of formations and their most common groupings were three-receiver sets and sets with two wide receivers and two tight ends. They passed often, throwing 53 times on 66 plays, in part because their running game was ineffective. Defensively, the Browns run a base 3-4. Horton likes to blitz, though, and sent five or more pass rushes on about half the plays.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2014
RAVENS PASSING GAME: In the victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Joe Flacco played safe and efficient football. Expect more of the same as the Ravens want him to avoid the slow starts that plagued him on the road last year. Steve Smith and the two tight ends have been extremely productive, but the Ravens need to get Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown more involved. Smith will probably draw Joe Haden, the Browns' top corner. Steve Smith has been targeted 25 times in two games.
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By Matt Vensel | September 16, 2013
A week after Michael Huff struggled in a loss to the Denver Broncos, rookie Matt Elam, the team's first-round pick in April's NFL draft, replaced Huff as the starting free safety in Sunday's 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns . Elam played every defensive snap for the Ravens and made five tackles. Outside of the big pass play to Browns tight end Jordan Cameron early in the first quarter, Elam appeared to cover well during his 63 defensive snaps. Huff, meanwhile, played four defensive snaps in the sub package as strong safety James Ihedigbo never left the field, either.
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By Matt Vensel | October 31, 2013
When Dean Pees and the Ravens defense watched tape of their Week 2 win over the Cleveland Browns, they saw Brandon Weeden at quarterback and Trent Richardson carrying the load at running back. Wide receiver Josh Gordon was nowhere to be found as he was serving his two-game league suspension. There have been cha-cha-changes in Cleveland over the past several weeks, though. Weeden has been benched twice in favor of journeymen, first for Brian Hoyer and now for Jason Campbell. Richardson was traded to the Indianapolis Colts and the Browns have replaced him with former Ravens running back Willis McGahee.
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By Matt Vensel | October 31, 2013
When Dean Pees and the Ravens defense watched tape of their Week 2 win over the Cleveland Browns, they saw Brandon Weeden at quarterback and Trent Richardson carrying the load at running back. Wide receiver Josh Gordon was nowhere to be found as he was serving his two-game league suspension. There have been cha-cha-changes in Cleveland over the past several weeks, though. Weeden has been benched twice in favor of journeymen, first for Brian Hoyer and now for Jason Campbell. Richardson was traded to the Indianapolis Colts and the Browns have replaced him with former Ravens running back Willis McGahee.
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Mike Preston | September 15, 2013
It is two weeks into the regular season, and there is still a lot to learn about the 2013 Ravens because nothing much came out of Sunday's 14-6 win over Cleveland. The same weaknesses that were exposed last week against Denver showed up again against the Browns. The only difference is that Denver, a championship contender, exploited the weaknesses. With Cleveland, if there is way to lose a game, the Browns will find it. If they can't, they will invent one. The Browns are still the clowns of the NFL. So there was no real high-fiving, "we're back" mentality in the defending champions' locker room after the game, just a sigh of relief that they won and escaped going starting the season 0-2. If the Ravens had lost at home to a team they had beaten 10 straight times, there should have been serious consequences like the NFL revoking the Ravens' license for getting beat by team the caliber of a Canadian football squad.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Joe Flacco was nowhere near the Ravens' biggest problem in last week's 49-27 loss to the Denver Broncos but he had his moments, throwing two interceptions and making several questionable decisions. Going forward, he needs better blocking up front and his receivers to hang onto the ball. Tight ends Ed Dickson and Dallas Clark each had a couple of drops. The Ravens are extremely thin at wide receiver, putting even more focus on Torrey Smith who has touchdowns in his last two games against Cleveland.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2013
Now that the NFL season is here, I'm putting a twist on my weekly Blogger on Blogger series. Each week, I will enlist a blogger who regularly writes about the Ravens' opponent to help me break down the game. This week, I exchanged emails with Chris Pokorny, who blogs about the Browns for Dawgs By Nature . MV: The Browns are now on their third starting quarterback after benching Brandon Weeden, who was benched in favor of Brian Hoyer before he got hurt, for Jason Campbell.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2014
RAVENS PASSING GAME: In the victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Joe Flacco played safe and efficient football. Expect more of the same as the Ravens want him to avoid the slow starts that plagued him on the road last year. Steve Smith and the two tight ends have been extremely productive, but the Ravens need to get Torrey Smith, Jacoby Jones and Marlon Brown more involved. Smith will probably draw Joe Haden, the Browns' top corner. Steve Smith has been targeted 25 times in two games.
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By Matt Vensel | December 4, 2011
Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis headlines the list of inactives for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Lewis, who has a toe injury, has now missed three consecutive games for the first time since 2005. Lewis did not practice this week and Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters on Friday that there was a chance Lewis could play on Sunday, though the team is conscious of the long-term risk of rushing Lewis back. The inactive list does have one silver lining, though.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2013
Now that the NFL season is here, I'm putting a twist on my weekly Blogger on Blogger series. Each week, I will enlist a blogger who regularly writes about the Ravens' opponent to help me break down the game. This week, I exchanged emails with Chris Pokorny, who blogs about the Browns for Dawgs By Nature . MV: The Browns are now on their third starting quarterback after benching Brandon Weeden, who was benched in favor of Brian Hoyer before he got hurt, for Jason Campbell.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 29, 2013
Chiefs 23, Browns 17 Strategy: While their offense has undergone changes since the Ravens hosted them in Week 2, the Browns continue to have one of the NFL's better defenses. They have a stout 3-4 base defense, and while they do a good job of getting after the quarterback with their four-man rushes, they like to mix in creative blitzes to generate pressure. Their pass rush, along with their mixed coverages, helps mask weak spots in the secondary. Their personnel at the skill positions have changed, but they have not made major tweaks to their offense.
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By Matt Vensel | September 16, 2013
A week after Michael Huff struggled in a loss to the Denver Broncos, rookie Matt Elam, the team's first-round pick in April's NFL draft, replaced Huff as the starting free safety in Sunday's 14-6 win over the Cleveland Browns . Elam played every defensive snap for the Ravens and made five tackles. Outside of the big pass play to Browns tight end Jordan Cameron early in the first quarter, Elam appeared to cover well during his 63 defensive snaps. Huff, meanwhile, played four defensive snaps in the sub package as strong safety James Ihedigbo never left the field, either.
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Mike Preston | September 15, 2013
It is two weeks into the regular season, and there is still a lot to learn about the 2013 Ravens because nothing much came out of Sunday's 14-6 win over Cleveland. The same weaknesses that were exposed last week against Denver showed up again against the Browns. The only difference is that Denver, a championship contender, exploited the weaknesses. With Cleveland, if there is way to lose a game, the Browns will find it. If they can't, they will invent one. The Browns are still the clowns of the NFL. So there was no real high-fiving, "we're back" mentality in the defending champions' locker room after the game, just a sigh of relief that they won and escaped going starting the season 0-2. If the Ravens had lost at home to a team they had beaten 10 straight times, there should have been serious consequences like the NFL revoking the Ravens' license for getting beat by team the caliber of a Canadian football squad.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Joe Flacco was nowhere near the Ravens' biggest problem in last week's 49-27 loss to the Denver Broncos but he had his moments, throwing two interceptions and making several questionable decisions. Going forward, he needs better blocking up front and his receivers to hang onto the ball. Tight ends Ed Dickson and Dallas Clark each had a couple of drops. The Ravens are extremely thin at wide receiver, putting even more focus on Torrey Smith who has touchdowns in his last two games against Cleveland.
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