The Baltimore Ravens have a chance Sunday to claim their first AFC North title since 2012, which would vault the team into the playoffs for the first time since the 2014 season.
But the surging Cleveland Browns stand in their way.
The Browns and Ravens, who’ve both won five of six games behind rookie quarterbacks, will kick off in the regular-season finale around 4:25 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium. If Baltimore wins (or Pittsburgh loses to Cincinnati), it gets the division crown.
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As they have in recent weeks, the Ravens (9-6) will likely aim to ride a powerhouse running game and the NFL’s top-ranked defense to victory. Since rookie Lamar Jackson took over at quarterback in mid-November, the Ravens are 5-1 and have put together the most effective rushing attack in the league.
The Browns (7-7-1) counter with first overall pick Baker Mayfield, who’s made steady strides as a passer and leads a well-balanced offense. Cleveland also brings talented young defense into Charm City and has its own motivation: A win would hand the Browns their first winning season since 2007.
As the game unfolds, you can stay on this page for live-updating stats, highlight clips and conversation. Let’s get to it.