Browns vs. Ravens 2018 TV schedule

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[url=http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/derrick-kindred-jersey]http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/derrick-kindred-jersey[/url] , channel, uniform, streaming, and more The Browns are back at home this week to take on the Ravens in Week 5. Here are some nuggets about Sunday’s contest, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.Game InformationGame Time/Date: Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 1:00 PM ETLocation: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OHTV Channel: CBS - Andrew Catalon (play-by-play) & James Lofton (analyst)Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)Online streaming: FuboTVWeather: 76 degrees (feels like 80). 20% chance of precipitation, 7 MPH wind from the Northwest.Odds: Ravens by 3 points.Over/under: 45.5The areas in CYAN will get to watch the game live, per 506sports:UniformThe Browns will be wearing the color rush uniforms they wore on Thursday night against the Jets:Interesting Stats / NotesRB Carlos Hyde - His active streak of six consecutive games with a rushing touchdown (2017-18) is the NFL’s longest.DE Myles Garrett - With two sacks, will pass Michael Dean Perry (1988-89) for the fourth-most sacks by a Brown in his first two seasons (13.5).ConnectionsRavens general manager Ozzie Newsome is the Browns all-time leader in receiving yards (7,980), playing in 198 consecutive games over 13 seasons. Newsome was a first-round pick in 1978, who was later inducted into the Browns’ Ring of Honor and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Newsome’s first front officejob was in the Browns’ personnel department in 1991.Browns head coach Hue Jackson served as Baltimore’s QBs coach from 2008-09.Browns senior offensive assistant Al Saunders spent two seasons (2009-10) on the Ravens’ coaching staff.Ravens special teams coordinator/associate head coach Jerry Rosberg was the special teams coordinator for the Browns from 2001-06 and Ravens defensive line coach Joe Cullen held the same role with the Browns in 2013.Ravens senior personnel assistant George Kokinis began his NFL career working in the Browns’ scouting department (1991-95) after serving an internship with the team’s operations department. He also served as general manager of the Browns for part of the 2009 season.Browns QB Tyrod Taylor was a member of the Baltimore Ravens from 2011-14 and won Super Bowl XLVII with the club.Browns DL Carl Davis was a member of the Ravens from 2015-17 and fellow DL Trevon Coley originally signed with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2016.Ravens QB Robert Griffin III spent the 2016 season with the Browns.Ravens DB Kai Nacua was a member of the Browns organization in 2017, recording 13 total tackles for Cleveland.Ravens WR Willie Snead IV was originally signed by the Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2014.HistoryThe Browns have a 9-29 all-time record against the Ravens.The last time these two teams met was on December 17, 2017, when the Ravens beat the Browns 27-10. Cleveland took a 7-3 lead mid-way through the second quarter, but then Baltimore closed out the first half with two touchdown passes to take a 17-3 lead and never look back.Jarvis Landry believes Browns are playoff ready Newcomer and three-time Pro Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry, the NFL’s reception leader in 2017 [url=http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/trevon-coley-jersey]http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/trevon-coley-jersey[/url] , believes the Cleveland Browns have the talent to reach the playoffs, something they haven’t done since 2002.“I know for sure that we are definitely a playoff-caliber team,” Landry said during a recent phone interview with the Beacon Journal’s Nate Ulrich.For sure.Definitely.This is a for sure bold proclamation, but it is not crazy rhetoric by the new Cleveland Brown.One of the first keys to success is belief, and Landry has it in spades.“[I]t’s great to have those type of aspirations for yourself, for your team, and, honestly, for me, that’s how we’re supposed to think,” Landry said.“That’s what we’re supposed to believe, and the more that that mindset becomes the mindset of the locker room, it’s going to help us get that much better.”There have also been plenty of examples of NFL teams going from “worst to first.” Given the amount of roster and management turnover from season to season, along with some luck needed to find success, it is bound to happen every so often.Most notably, and applicably, the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs went 11-5, nearly winning the AFC West Division and reaching the playoffs just one year removed from winning only two games.There is a common link to this year’s Browns, too. New general manager John Dorsey joined the Chiefs before that resurgence, prompting them to four playoff appearances in five years. Dorsey has categorically reshaped the Browns, using the ammunition left over by departed executive Sashi Brown.Landry has been to the playoffs. He knows what it takes. He is inside the Browns locker room and sees exactly what we all see looking on from afar.The Browns have added Super Bowl winning veterans like Jamie Collins and Mychael Kendricks. Haley is an accomplished playcaller who will take a lot of the stress off Hue Jackson, allowing him to focus more on high level team management. Josh Gordon appears to be on track for a colossal NFL comeback. The team’s quarterback position looks to be in better shape than it has been in decades [url=http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/jamie-collins-jersey]http://www.clevelandbrownsteamonline.com/jamie-collins-jersey[/url] , with Tyrod Taylor steering the ship until rookie Baker Mayfield is ready to take over.Think about the first words that come to mind when contemplating what constitutes success. Mine are: inertia, momentum, belief, hard work, and dedication.Everyone is talented who reaches the NFL level. These players have reached the pinnacle of their sport, they are the best of the best. But mindset and determination are what it takes to push a group of these elite athletes to the greatest heights.“I want a championship so bad, so, so bad, and that’s my mindset,” said Landry. “I know in the offseason I train to win the Super Bowl every year. Now whether that happens — it hasn’t happened yet — but that’s what I train for, and that’s what my mindset is.“So I treat every game as a championship game, and I think that that’s the next step for me in my career — obviously, continue to grow as a player, but winning a championship, and not just talking about it, actually pursuing it and doing the things necessary to go get one.”No matter what the Browns do in 2018, Landry’s attitude and approach to his craft is commendable. If it spreads, it is this type of approach to the game that will enable this specific group of players to forget the recent past and to change the franchise’s trajectory. After years, and years of losing and disappointment, it appears that trajectory is finally rising.

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