The NFL waits for nobody so the regular season keeps going with 16 games this week, the final time in the league as squads across the nation will start to get into their bye weeks starting Monday.
On tap for Sunday, a spicy (and scary) divisional matchup between your Baltimore Ravens (2-1) and the Cleveland Browns (2-1) in a game that was played inside an empty (keep reading) Dawg Pound in Cleveland, OH.
Baltimore has already grown accustomed to it, and for the fourth consecutive week they have been forced to rule out more than one starter. This time, it's five men down for the Flock (with the possibility of a sixth one) along with many more banged-up bodies trying to make it to the field and throughout the full duration of the game.
The Browns aren't 100 percent healthy, mind you, but it's not that you can reach that status in the NFL no matter what you do, right? Anyway, the only questionable player in their latest injury report was QB Deshaun Watson, and shockingly they ended up ruling him out a couple of hours before kick-off naming rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson their starter for Sunday.
If you couldn't follow the Week 4 game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns we've got you covered with a curated set of content that popped up as the game progressed.
Here is everything you need to know, read, and watch about the clash between Ravens and Browns for Week 4 of the 2023 NFL regular season at Cleveland Browns Stadium as the Ravens went on to demolish Cleveland to claim the AFC North no. 1 seed!