Last Sunday Night the Baltimore Ravens came so close to pulling an upset against division rival the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite the loss the offense eclipsed 400 yards, which is a very good for a team who has struggled on that side of the ball.

The same could not be said for the defense who allowed 39 points and let Ben Roethlisberger throw for over 500 yards! Brandon Carr also got burnt by Antonio Brown numerous times resulting in Brown racking up 210 yards!

But the team was able to pick themselves up and perform better this week against the Cleveland Browns winning 27-10.

Joe Flacco was able to complete 26 passes on 42 attempts for 288 yards and one touchdown while surprisingly not throwing a single interception.

Things were not as pretty for DeShone Kizer who threw two interceptions, fumbling in the endzone and only being able to record 146 yards.

Alex Collins had a very slow game compared to last week only getting 19 yards on 12 carries. To the contrary of that Javorius Allen performed very well taking 13 carries for 70 yards.

The Browns best play was when Isaiah Crowell broke a huge run for about 40 yards. Crowell was able to get 72 total yards in his Week 15 matchup.

The defense was stout along with very good offense in the 27-10 victory. The Ravens move on to 8-6 while the Browns dropped to a pitiful 0-14 as they emerge closer and closer to going winless.

The Buffalo Bills were victorious and rise to 8-6 also while the Tennessee Titans lost and joined the party of 8-6 teams fighting for the two AFC wild card spots.

Winning the last games won’t be easy for the Titans who will take on the Los Angeles Rams and then The Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Bills will take on a formidable opponent in the New England Patriots and then will take on the Miami Dolphins.

Getting victories in Week 16 and Week 17 should be easy as they will take on the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday in Baltimore and then the Cincinnati Bengals also in Baltimore.


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