'Overs' looks the way to go in what should be a high-scoring Thursday night game.
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens – Friday 01:25, Sky Sports 1
The only winless team in the NFL will make their first Sky Sports appearance on Thursday night when the Cleveland Browns make the short trip to Baltimore to face off against the Ravens. These AFC North rivals have a special history as the Ravens didn’t even exist until Browns owner Art Modell moved the team from Cleveland to Baltimore in 1996 and renamed them the Ravens. The city of Cleveland got its team back in 1999 but the heady days of the 1960s and 80s have never returned and only once have the Browns made the playoffs this century.
The Ravens have enjoyed far greater success since they moved to Baltimore including winning the Superbowl in 2000 with a lot of the players who were with the Browns in 1996. It’s been a painful season for the Browns fans so far with a record 0-9 as they aim to completely rebuild the roster with the youngest team in football.
The Ravens are 4-4 and won a big divisional match at home to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. The Browns defence has conceded at least 25 points in every game so far but their offense has shown flashes at times and with some key players returning from injury maybe they can score enough points of their own to land over the total points line of 45.