Browns vs. Ravens: Game time, live stream, TV coverage
The Baltimore Ravens (9-6) will look to keep their playoff chances alive on Sunday when they host the Cleveland Browns (7-8). After losing to the Texans last week, the Ravens need a win and a Chargers loss to make the playoffs. The Browns dropped their fourth game in a row last week and are eliminated from the playoff picture.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 1:00 p.m.
TV coverage: CBS
Week 16: Texans 25, Ravens 13
The Ravens fell behind 16-0 in the first half en route to a loss to the Texans on the road. Baltimore's offense managed just 211 yards of total offense as Joe Flacco completed only 21 of 50 passes for 195 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. Torrey Smith had 59 receiving yards and two touchdowns for Baltimore, and the Ravens ran the ball 16 times for 33 yards. Darian Stewart had his first interception of the season for the Ravens.
Week 15: Ravens 20, Jaguars 12
The Ravens held the Jaguars to 248 yards and won despite committing nine penalties. Joe Flacco went 20-of-30 for 221 yards and one touchdown, the only time the Ravens scored with their offense on the field. Baltimore got on the board with an 11-yard blocked-punt return for a touchdown by Kamar Aiken, then added a 22-yard Justin Tucker field goal in the second quarter. Flacco connected with Owen Daniels on three-yard pass for a touchdown in the third quarter, and Tucker added another field goal in the fourth.
Week 14: Ravens 28, Dolphins 13
Baltimore spotted Miami a 10-0 first-quarter lead before scoring 14 unanswered points. Joe Flacco went 25-of-33 for 269 yards, two touchdowns and one interception as the Ravens outgained the Dolphins 447-249.
Week 16: Panthers 17, Browns 13
Rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel left the game with a hamstring injury and the Browns fell to the Panthers on the road. Prior to the injury, Manziel completed three of eight passes for 32 yards and also rushed for 19 yards. The Browns managed just 228 yards of total offense and allowed 404 to the Panthers. Jonathan Stewart torched the Browns for 122 yards on the ground to lead the Panthers. Billy Winn had his first interception of the season for Cleveland.
Week 15: Bengals 30, Browns 0
The Browns ran an NFL season low 38 offensive plays as the Bengals defense made life miserable for rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel. The rookie completed only 10 passes for 80 yards and ran five times for 13 yards. The Browns crossed the 50-yard line once and had only five first downs. Bengals running back Jeremy Hill had 148 yards and two touchdowns.
Week 14: Colts 25, Browns 24
The Cleveland defense allowed Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck to gain 294 yards through the air and another 37 on the ground, and the Browns lost to the Colts by one point at home. Quarterback Brian Hoyer threw for 136 yards, but he completed only 13 of his 30 pass attempts and threw two interceptions. Isaiah Crowell rushed 14 times for 54 yards and one touchdown. Jordan Cameron and Andrew Hawkins both had four receptions, for 41 and 38 yards, respectively.