Monday September 15th, 2014

The Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens both enter Sunday's game at 1-1. The Browns lost to the Steelers in Week 1 before defeating the Saints at home. The Ravens lost to the Bengals in Week 1 but beat the Steelers last week to even up their record. 

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

Details for Sunday's game are below:

Kickoff: 1 p.m.

Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.

TV coverage: CBS

Radio: For a list of Ravens affiliates, click here. For a list of Browns affiliates, click here.

Odds: The Ravens are two-point favorites, according to Bovada, as of Friday.

Game facts

Ravens facts

This is the fifth consecutive year the Ravens have started 1-1. 

The Ravens lead the all-time series between the two teams, 22-8. 

Baltimore has won 11 of the last 12 meetings. 

The Ravens are 10-5 against the Browns in Cleveland.

In the absence of Ray Rice, Bernard Pierce and Justin Forsett have taken over at running back. Pierce has 113 rushing yards and Forsett has 126. 

Rookie C.J. Mosley is tied for the team lead with nine tackles this season. 

Dennis Pitta and Steve Smith are tied for the team lead in receptions with 13. 

Tight end Owen Daniels has two touchdowns on the season, as many as the rest of the team.

The Browns are the third straight AFC North rival the Ravens will play. 

The Ravens do not play another division game until Week 8 against the Bengals. 

Browns facts

The original Browns franchise moved to Baltimore in 1996 and became the Ravens. The NFL granted Cleveland an expansion franchise in 1999, which absorbed the records and history of the previous Browns franchise. 

Cleveland head coach Mike Pettine won his first career game last week against the Saints. Pettine said he was "feeling it a little bit" after celebrating the win. 

The Browns broke an 11-game losing streak against the Ravens with a win in Week 9 last season. 

Rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel threw his first career NFL pass last week. It was incomplete. 

Rookie running back Terrence West filled in for the injured Ben Tate last week, making his first career start. He had 19 carries for 68 yards and a touchdown. 

Tate is reportedly expected to miss two to four weeks. 

Tight end Jordan Cameron was inactive against the Saints.

Despite winning a combined nine games in the past two seasons, the Browns have put together two separate winning streaks of three games during that time. 

Browns receiver Josh Gordon could reportedly have his year-long suspension reduced to ten games.

The Browns have a bye week after Sunday's game. 

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