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Baltimore 37, Cleveland 27: Joe Flacco > Derek Anderson
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 2nd 2008 7:12PM by Shane Bacon (author feed)
Filed under: Browns, Ravens, AFC NorthFor Baltimore fans, it took a rookie quarterback to make football fun again.

Barely a name even to experts before the season started, Joe Flacco has the Ravens on a three game winning streak with the victory today in Cleveland against a Browns team that was starting to get hot.

Flacco began the season with seven interceptions to one touchdown, but the last three have been a different story, with four touchdowns and no interceptions during the winning streak. This game gave us understanding on both the Ravens and Browns.

Baltimore can live in the AFC with a decent offense, a “better than anyone expected” defense and a special teams that doesn’t seem to make a ton of mistakes (I’m obviously ignoring the 92 yard return by Joshua Cribbs). The Browns will continue to dwell near the bottom of the AFC North with a quarterback that looks lost, a defense that couldn’t figure out that Flacco’s favorite target was Derrick Mason and the inability to stop the run (Ray Rice went for 154 yards today).

Derek Anderson has looked like a starting quarterback the last month, winning three of four games for the Browns and throwing five touchdowns to only one interception. The problem is he’s about as consistent as a politician, throwing a pass to Terrell Suggs, who plays for the other team, that clinched the game for the Ravens and had Browns fans chanting “Bra-dy, Bra-dy!”Continue Reading

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