Ravens LB Ray Lewis referred to Browns RB Peyton Hillis as a “blind cat” entering Week Sixteen, and the blind cat “went home hungry” with a season-low 40 total yards in Sunday’s 20-10 loss to Baltimore.
Ravens S Ed Reed has a history of dominating the Browns, and continued to do so Sunday with two interceptions of QB Colt McCoy.
According to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun, Jameel McClain has been the Ravens’ best inside linebacker in the past two weeks.
Ravens TE Todd Heap tried to test his injured hamstring in warmups Sunday, but ultimately played it safe and sat out the game.
Browns 2009 second-round pick Brian Robiskie is finally showing signs of life.
Hillis revealed that an early-game hit to his back and ribs from Reed “took a toll” on the running back throughout Sunday’s loss.
The Browns have double-digit losses in nine of their last 12 seasons.
For whatever it’s worth, Ravens coach John Harbaugh believes that Browns coach Eric Mangini should keep his job into 2011.