The Baltimore Ravens (7-2) will host the Cleveland Browns (5-3) on Sunday, Nov. 12 on the second game of a three-match homestand. This matchup also marks the first in five days of rivalries against AFC North opponents, as the Cincinnati Bengals will come to town next TNF.
The Ravens already dealt the Browns a loss earlier this season when they beat them on their own turf back in Week 4. The difference between now and then, of course, is the presence of starting quarterback Deshaun Watson on the field this Sunday, which wasn't the case the last time both teams met each other in Cleveland.
If Baltimore can earn another win this weekend, they'll have a great chance of finishing above the Browns no matter what during the remaining games as they will hold a massive two-game advantage on head-to-head games as well as building a three-game gap in the division standings.
Ravens vs. Seahawks Week 9: All you need to know
When and where
The Ravens are following their first of a three-game homestand this weekend by hosting the Cleveland Browns having already beaten Seattle last Sunday. They will wrap up this stint with a home game against the Cincinnati Bengals on TNF in Week 11.
Through nine weeks of play, Baltimore is 3-1 when they play at M&T Bank Stadium, as will be the case on Sunday when they play host to the Browns.
The Ravens and their guests will be taking the field of The Bank early, at 1:00 p.m. ET, in contrast with their late kick-off from Week 8 when they faced and defeated the Cardinals in Arizona.
This Sunday the kick-off for the Week 10 matchup against Cleveland is scheduled to take place at 1:00 p.m. ET (10:00 a.m. PT for those on the West Coast; 7:00 p.m. CET for those in Europe).
The forecast for Sunday at kick-off time in Baltimore, according to AccuWeather, predicts 53 degrees with mostly sunny skies in a "great afternoon for football" There is near-zero chance of rain (2%), with a non-factor chance of thunderstorms and a N 7 mph wind with gusts at 10 mph.
The Ravens approach their Week 10 game against the Browns with a nearly impeccable injury report, with four players, including star cornerback Marlon Humphrey, listed as "questionable" for Sunday's game but nobody truly ruled out. Defensive tackle Michael Pierce and cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis have recovered from illnesses, and despite right tackle Morgan Moses taking part on some late practices he may not play, same as running back Keaton Mitchell and Marcus Williams.
Meanwhile, the Browns face challenges with starting right tackle Dawand Jones ruled out and other key players, including wide receivers Marquise Goodwin and David Bell, sidelined or questionable. Two more starting offensive tackles will be missing from Cleveland's side, which will have to do everything and then some to make up for those absences and protect QB Deshaun Watson (projected to start) from taking hits by the no. 2 defense in the nation.
TV, radio, and streaming
For those watching on TV: WBFF Channel 45 (Baltimore), FOX Channel 5 (Washington) and more. FOX crew Kenny Albert (play-by-play), Jonathan Vilma (analyst), Shannon Spake (sideline)
For those listening on the radio: WBAL 1090 AM & 98 Rock 97.9 FM, Sirius FM Chs. 82 or 229. Ravens crew Gerry Sandusky (play-by-play), Rod Woodson (analyst). Compass Media Networks, Mike Morgan (play-by-play), Brian Baldinger (analyst)
You can stream the game if you have a subscription to YouTube TV's Sunday Ticket, and also locally at BatlimoreRavens.com and Ravens Mobile App. If you subscribe to NFL+, you can watch the game on replay.
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