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Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Team Pick Crows vs. Browns: Who Wins Sunday Night Week 12 Baltimore?

Here’s how The Baltimore Sun’s athletic staff view the outcome of Sunday night’s Week 12 match between the Ravens (7-3) and Cleveland Browns (6-5) at M&T Bank Stadium:

Jonas Schaffer, reporter

Browns 21, Ravens 20: Welcome back to AFK North, where forecasts are not worth the paper they are printed on. On offense, the Ravens will have to fix their current game, or Lamar Jackson can do without passes. On defense, the Ravens won’t have to worry too much about Baker Mayfield or Jarvis Landry, but will their front seven be up against one of the best offensive lines in the NFL? At some point, Ravens’ success in carnations will begin to diminish. Sunday’s game could be one of those games.

Mike Preston, columnist

Ravens 21, Browns 17: Cleveland is going to be a problem for the Crows because the Browns have physical inside lines on either side of the ball. The Browns can put a lot of pressure on quarterback Lamar Jackson, but Jackson will make a difference if he plays. He trumps Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield and his elusiveness will allow him to play some big games.

Childs Walker, reporter

Ravens 27, Browns 23: This is one of the most difficult matches of the year to analyze. The Browns may have serious problems with their best running performance in the league and elite defenders, but they have only exploited their potential a few times this season. They never know what they’ll get from battered quarterback Baker Mayfield. If the Ravens have a relatively healthy Lamar Jackson, they’ll win late.

Ryan McFadden, reporter

Ravens 24, Browns 20: It is not yet known what defender Baker Mayfield will be like on Sunday night. However, Cleveland has an elite rush attack and defensive end that Miles Garrett is about to create problems for the Ravens’ offensive line. Defender Lamar Jackson has said many times that he doesn’t like playing simple games. Unfortunately for him, this game has the makings for a close, and the Ravens will need their star quarterback to help them triumph.

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CJ Dong, editor

Ravens 27, Browns 24: Given the health issues surrounding both starting quarterbacks, this is difficult to predict. But if Lamar Jackson is back at full strength, he’ll be happy to see the Browns on the schedule. Jackson is 4-1 as the starting quarterback against Cleveland, with 10 touchdown assists and four fast-paced touchdowns in those games. I’m more confident that Jackson will recover from his illness than Baker Mayfield, who plays with knee, heel and shoulder injuries, no matter how tough the Browns starter was. The Ravens will have a hard time blocking Miles Garrett and Jadevon Clowney, but a healthy Jackson will be the deciding factor on Sunday night.

Tim Schwartz, editor

Ravens 24, Browns 17: All eyes will be on Lamar Jackson to see him recover from his illness, but if history shows, he will be fine. In his first game since testing positive for COVID-19 last November, Jackson led the Ravens to a 34-17 victory over the Cowboys, completing 12 of 17 assists for 107 yards and two touchdowns on a 94 yard run to score 13 points. carries. Jackson said on Wednesday that he is feeling like himself again – for real this time – so the Crows will be almost completely healthy for the first time this season and ready to kick off that almost icy night in Baltimore. The Browns’ defense kept them afloat, and Miles Garrett will continue to defend his case for the Defender of the Year, but the battered Baker Mayfield is not in the right place to outsmart Jackson.

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