NFL Thursday Night Football: Browns in Baltimore looking for first win

NFL Week 10 kicks off tonight with an AFC North game between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens.

Here are five things to know about the game in Baltimore:

1. The 0-9 Browns are looking for their first win of the season. They are the only win-less team in the league and are currently riding the longest losing streak (12 games) in franchise history.

2. The Ravens are 4-4 and tied for first place in the division with the Steelers. They beat Pittsburgh last week to snap a three-game losing streak.

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3. This game will feature the second-best and second-worst defenses in the league according to yards per game. Cleveland is giving up 421.7 while Baltimore yields just 19.1. In scoring, the Browns are also second-worst at 30.3 points per game allowed while the Ravens rank ninth (19.1).

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4. Neither offense has put many points on the board. The Browns rank 29th at 18.7 points per game while Baltimore is just 26th at 19.2. 

5. Outside of Baltimore and Cleveland, the game will only be available on television via NFL Network, but NBC will produce the game. That means Al Michaels and former Bengals Cris Collinsworth will call the game. It can be heard on WHIO Radio AM 1290 and 95.7.

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