Such an expectation wasn't fair, let alone reasonable.
In their season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, the Cleveland Browns got to see their rookie quarterback Deshone Kizer make his debut under center in the regular season, and Kizer did not disappoint even in the loss.
The Ravens shut out an AFC North rival of their own last week in the Cincinnati Bengals to open up their season, and put on a defensive masterpiece to start the year. That wasn't somebody who just walked in and played against us.
Shazier was given a 15-yard unnecessary roughness penalty. "I think it's exciting for our organization", he went on.
Sunday afternoon we'll get a better picture on what type of Browns team this really is once the clock hits 00:00 in Baltimore but win or lose to the Ravens, the schedule over the next 6 weeks leading up to the bye week is very appealing and opportunities to tally a few wins present themselves. The Bengals at home follows on October 1, and we've already covered the inferno along the banks of the OH river, before the whatever the Jets are doing in NY fly into town on the eighth at FirstEnergy Stadium. It was especially true in the second half, considering quarterback Joe Flacco only threw four times and completed none of them while the offense continued to eat up the clock on the ground.
This coming Sunday, the Cleveland Browns will be facing-off against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland with kickoff at 1:00 PM EST sharp. Cleveland wasn't given much of a chance to compete in this game, but they put up a fight thanks in part to Kizer's efforts in his National Football League debut.
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