Monday Night Football Recap Week 10

All that has to be said about this is: condolences to the city of Cleveland. This city deserve so much better than the team they have right now. With that said, let’s get into the recap.

Baltimore 16, Cleveland 0- Ray Rice scored on a 13 touchdown run, and Dawan Landry took a Brady Quinn interception 48 yards for a touchdown, and the Baltimore Ravens overcame a sloppy first half to beat the Cleveland Browns, giving the nation a look at how bad the Browns REALLY are, and putting Eric Mangini’s job in further risk. The Ravens overcame the first scoreless first half of the season by putting together an efficient drive followed by Landry’s interception on Quinn immeidately after. Brady Quinn, starting once again for the first time since Week 3, went 13-31 for 99 yards with two interceptions. The Browns were held to just 160 yards of total offense and frustrated Cleveland fans were gone by the third quarter. Big losses for both teams in this game, as Ravens LB Terrell Suggs left the game with a knee injury after a illegal block by Browns QB Brady Quinn after the interception. Quinn has said the play was not dirty and he was trying not to hurt anyone; the Browns’ only star, Joshua Cribbs left the game on a stretcher after a devastating hit on a lateral from Dwan Edwards of the Ravens. Cribbs was okay, according to head coach Mangini. The Ravens stay in the AFC North title hunt and in the playoff picture, with a huge game next week as they face the Indianapolis Colts. Ravens (5-4) Browns (1-8)

Check back next week for the Monday night recap with the Tennessee Titans and the Houston Texans.

    • deidreh
    • November 17th, 2009

    You said putting Eric Mangini’s job is at risk further? Oh Clevelanders already know, he’s a dead man walking…Lerner won’t fire Mangini, he’s going to let the new GM fire him. Lerner realizes he’s already screwed up the team so I think he’s going to become a bit more hands off in the future…meanwhile I’m glad Cribbs is ok, but this season is just a total loss for the Browns. The Ravens are in the hunt but we all know it’s down to Cincy (who is undefeated in the AFC North) and Pittsburgh (who can never be counted out!). The Ravens brought their C game last night and passed because it was the Browns, but that mess will NOT fly against the Steelers.

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