Browns vs. Lions: Week 10 start time, TV, radio info
By Thomas Moore
The Cleveland Browns, fresh off their bye week, are back in action today against the Detroit Lions. Here is how to watch or listen to the game.
The Cleveland Browns are on the road today to take on the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.
The Browns are still looking for their first win of the season as they have started 0-8 for the second consecutive season under head coach Hue Jackson. That is part of a streak that has seen the Browns go 1-23 since hiring Jackson following the 2015 season.
The 2015 season is also the last time the Browns won a road game, an overtime win against the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 11 of that season.
The series with the Lions is a weird one for the Browns. The two teams first met on Nov. 2, 1952, when Cleveland dropped a 17-6 decision. The Browns and Lions met for the NFL Championship four times in the 1950s, with the Lions winning three of those meetings.
But since meeting in the 1957 title game, the Browns and the Lions have only played each other 16 times in the ensuing 60 years and the Browns have only prevailed in four of those contests. Cleveland’s last win over Detroit came in 2001, when the Browns intercepted quarterback Ty Detmer seven times in a 24-14 victory.
Today’s game will probably not be quite as interesting, but just in case here is how you can watch or listen to the game:
Date: Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017
Kickoff Time: 1 p.m. EST
Stadium: Ford Field
TV Channel: CBS
Announcers: Spero Dedes and Adam Archuleta
Radio: 92.3 The Fan, ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM). You can also listen online at clevelandbrowns.com or through the Browns mobile app.
Announcers: Jim Donovan, Doug Dieken and Nathan Zegura (sidelines)
Series: Detroit leads the all-time series, 15-4.
Last meeting: Lions won, 31-17, on Oct. 13, 2013.
Betting line: Browns +10.5
Uniforms: The Browns will wear white jerseys, white pants and orange socks
Weather: Ford Field is a dome so weather will not be a factor.
Injuries: Browns – Questionable: defensive lineman Larry Ogunjobi.
Lions – Out: Offensive lineman T.J. Lang and linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin. Doubtful: defensive lineman Ezekiel Ansah. Questionable: defensive back Don Carey and wide receiver Kenny Golladay. (From clevelandbrowns.com)
Probable = virtual certainty player will be available for normal duties. Questionable = 50% chance player will not play; Doubtful = at least 75% chance player will not play; Out = will not play.