Breakfast with Brownie

Good Morning Browns fans and Happy Game Day!!!

Hope you all set your clocks back and enjoyed the extra hour or two of sleep this morning. What kind of player will tight end Jordan Cameron become? (Jason Miller/Getty Images)

In just a few hours, your Cleveland Browns will play host to the Baltimore Ravens (3-4).

As if you didn’t know, the Browns have lost 11 straight games to the defending Super Bowl champions, and look to finally end that skid.  Around the locker room the players understand the magnitude of today’s game.  “It’s time to make a stand, especially because they beat us 11 times in a row,” said tight end Jordan Cameron.

“You get kind of sick losing to the same team.  So we’ve got to come out and really fight.  It’s going to be tough, but we’ve got the guys to do it.  We’ve just got to play good football for four quarters.”

Cameron hit the nail on the proverbial head with that last part of his quote.  If the Browns can put together four solid quarters of football today at First Energy Stadium, they should in fact be able to snap this dreadful losing streak against the defending champs.




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Coach Rob Chudzinski had some interesting words when asked about the rival and losing streak the Browns have with the Ravens.  “We’ve been the kid brother for awhile,” said coach Rob Chudzinski.  “This is a tough division.  The AFC North, multiple Super Bowl winners, multiple playoff teams, everybody has been in the playoffs.  We need to stand up in this division and do the things we need to do.”

Defensive back Buster Skrine also chimed in on the rival.  “The whole team wants to get that monkey off our back,” he said.  “We’ve been seeing it all week.  It’s time for us to get a win against Baltimore, and I think we can get a win.”


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Around the AFC North

Dolphins 22 Cincinnati 20

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