Browns meet Baltimore Ravens today
James W. Wade III | 11/3/2013, 9:18 a.m.
Cleveland Browns will meet the Baltimore Ravens today at First Energy Stadium at 4:25 p.m. starting quarterback will be Jason Campbell who had his first start last week. “Just his week of preparation, watching him, he’s a veteran guy and I think that just the little things: the little communications, the chemistry. Some of those things I think we’ll see in some games from that standpoint. Ultimately, we have to go down the field and produce,” said Browns Coach Rob Chudzinski.
Must watch out for Ravens Linebacker Terrell Suggs, Browns Joe Thomas must be able to handle him and keep him from getting through the front line. “Obviously, this is a big test and challenge for him and those guys have seen each other a lot through the course of the years. It’s something I’d love to watch. I’ve got a few other things going on. I can catch back up after the game is over, but it’ll be important again that Joe plays well against a great player,” said Chudzinski.
Campbell who had been the third string quarterback got the go ahead to try to lead the Browns to a victory over an undefeated team. The stats showed he completed 22 of 36 passes for 293 yards with two touchdowns, zero interceptions and a 105.4 rating. He completed a pass to nine receivers, a season-high figure for the club. Campbell registered the third-highest rating by a Browns quarterback in his debut start since 1999.
The Browns who are now 3 and 5 for the season. Must do better this week against the Ravens and not have so many dropped passes.
Well the deadline has passed and Josh Gordon is still a Brown, Gordon is a highly sought-after target. Since his return to the Browns after serving his two-game suspension this season, he is playing like he wanted to be in Cleveland and wanted to prove it to the leadership.
The team has never really come out and said they were looking to trade Gordon, but the rumor got out some how. So hopefully we can see some explosive passes to both Gordon and our Pro Bowl bound Tight End Jordan Cameron.
“We know we have a tremendous challenge in Baltimore coming into our house at home coming off of a bye week. Our guys are excited to play this game, and we’re ready to roll. We know the fans will be excited, as well, and be out there. We’ll need them to be there,” said Chudzinski.