Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens: Latest Chatter on Twitter
The Cleveland Browns are taking on the Baltimore Ravens tonight on Thursday Night Football in an critical AFC North match up.
Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens are surging and competing for the divisional crown and more, while rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden and the Browns are trying to remain competitive as the team grows together.
All night I'll be collecting the most engaging tweets from around the web, from the average fan to the critically acclaimed expert to keep you up-to-date with and provide reaction and analysis in real-time.
Story of the night for the Browns. Young team with a lot to learn.
Final: Ravens 23, Browns 16.
50 seconds left for the Browns to tie it up.
Add Michael Oher to the extensive list of players with horrible games.
We have a winner. Greg Little drops his fifth pass of the night, which also happened to be for a touchdown.
Browns and Ravens in the same boat in terms of coaching.
Who uses good running backs anyway?
Browns fans should avoid Twitter for a few days.
Salt in the wound.
Weeden doesn't look too happy after scoring a touchdown.
The Browns have serious coaching issues.
Just like that the Ravens are up big. Weeden throws a horrible pass that is returned to the house by Cary Williams.
Ravens miss on a big kick which allows the Browns to stay within six points as the fourth quarter looms.
Andy Reid can't catch a break the way Greg Little can't catch passes.
Boldin regularly beats up on Cleveland apparently.
Dawson connects for the Browns, which surprises no one.
It was only a matter of time.
Nice inside info on the Browns here.
Ravens end up scoring on a touchdown run by Flacco instead of Ray Rice to the displeasure of fantasy owners everywhere.
Ravens are driving to open the half, and Anquan Boldin looks like a new player.
Interesting take here.
Someone had to. Who else?
The gameplan so far for Baltimore.
Weeden is picking up his play in a big way.
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