Browns vs Ravens preview – NFL Week 7

Browns vs Ravens preview: NFL Week 7. The injury report for the Ravens and Browns favored the Ravens on Thursday.

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The Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens will meet on Sunday in the early set of action in the NFL. The game is an important match in a division where the standings are tight so far this season.

Cleveland and Baltimore both disappointing so far

The Browns feel like their season is hanging by a threat at this point. They are 2-4 and given that the standard to make the playoffs is usually a winning record, the Browns cannot afford to fall to 2-5 on the season. Meanwhile, Baltimore still has some who think they are capable of contending this season. However, at 3-3, they can’t afford to squander games either.

Key players on Cleveland’s injury report

The two teams have key players that are on this week’s injury report. For Cleveland, Myles Garrett appeared on the report at the start of the week as “DNP,” meaning that he did not participate in practice. He was upgraded on Wednesday to LP, meaning that he was a limited participant in practice. His injuries are listed as both shoulder and bicep injuries.

Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney also appeared on the injury report. He was DNP on Wednesday but was upgraded to LP on Thursday.

Baltimore’s key players on the injury report

Quarterback Lamar Jackson started the week on the injury report as well. He was limited on Wednesday due to a hip problem, however, he was upgraded on Thursday to full participation. He is active for the Week 7 game.

Ronnie Stanley has been a player on the watchlist for injuries, even after his return earlier this season. The offensive tackle improved from limited to full participation on Wednesday/Thursday as well. If he gets back to his old form then it changes the complexion of Baltimore’s defense for the better.

Ronnie Stanley played a season-high 51 snaps against the Giants in Week 6 and looked very good doing it….Many considered Stanley to be the best left tackle in football before his serious ankle injury in 2020.

Stanley feels closer to his old self every week, and his ankle held up well throughout Sunday’s game. He was still feeling good on Wednesday, looking forward to Week 7 against the Cleveland Browns when he hopes to perform even better than he did against the Giants.

Clifton Brown – Baltimore Ravens website – October 20, 2022

The balance of the injury report favors Baltimore at this point in the Week. They are set as -6.5 favorites with Unibet sportsbook.

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