Cheap Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens Tickets
Division rivalries give fans some of the best football games as each team competes for that top spot in the division and a slot in the playoffs. When teams like the Browns and Ravens play, both teams play with as much passion as possible. With players like: Johnny Manziel, Joe Haden, Joe Thomas, Travis Benjamin, Joe Flacco, CJ Mosley, Steve Smith Sr. and many more these matchups are the best to watch. And while these great games goes down, Rukkus is the only ticket site that can 100% guarantee that sports ticket prices are the cheapest Browns vs. Ravens tickets available. When you are trying to find NFL tickets at the cheapest price, make sure to check out Rukkus first or call our concierge line to help you get the best and cheapest Browns vs. Ravens tickets. With the teams improving the rivalries and games will continue to get more competitive and hard hitting, Rukkus can connect you with the best cheap tickets for the big games like the Browns vs. Ravens!
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Browns Ravens Recent Match-ups
December 28, 2014 M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)
Cleveland Browns: 10 Baltimore Ravens: 20
The AFC North race continues to be tight as the Browns come into Baltimore to take on the Ravens in this divisional matchup. The game began slowly as the scoring began in the second quarter with a Justin Tucker 25 yard field goal for the Ravens and a Garrett Hartley 38 yard field goal for the Browns heading into the half 3-3. The third quarter began and the only points scored were off of a Terrance West 2 yard run for a touchdown. But similar to their last meeting, the Ravens came through in the clutch scoring three times. Tucker kicked in another field goal from 28 yards out. QB Joe Flacco threw two touchdown passes in the quarter with one to Torrey Smith for 16 yards and the other to Kamar Aiken for 2 yards as the Ravens top the Browns.
September 21, 2014 FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland, OH)
Baltimore Ravens: 23 Cleveland Browns: 21
AFC North teams go to battle as the Ravens take on the Browns for the first time in the 2014 season in Cleveland. Scoring is competitive throughout as the Ravens fire off with a 38 yard Justin Tucker field goal; but the Browns counter back with a Terrance West 1 yard touchdown run. The scoring leveled off in the second quarter but the Ravens were able to put up a 9 yard touchdown from Joe Flacco to Kyle Juszczyk before the half ends. The third quarter began with an Isaiah Crowell 14 yard touchdown. The Ravens would strike back later in the third with a 1 yard Lorenzo Taliaferro run, but the Browns won't go away as Brian Hoyer finds Miles Austin for a 4 yard touchdown with 13 seconds left in the third quarter. With Cleveland up 21-17 in the fourth, the Raven defense really steps up not allowing another Cleveland score as Justin Tucker comes in big for the Baltimore teams kicking two clutch field goals from 21 and 32 yards. Tucker's' final field goal was as time expired and Baltimore down by one point as they win 23-21.
October 11, 2015 M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)
Baltimore Ravens: Cleveland Browns:
The tables may have turned in the AFC North as the Cleveland Browns look strong and full of potential in this young 2015 season and the usual playoff contender Baltimore Ravens are struggling at the start. With the loss of leader Terrell Suggs early in the season, the Ravens look to band together to salvage a mediocre start and get back to playoff form as they take on the Browns. The Browns now under the lead of QB Johnny Manziel look to put up big plays on the Ravens who have tormented them in games for the past few years. A sturdy Cleveland defense looks to stop the Baltimore offense led by QB Joe Flacco. The always competitive AFC North could provide fans with some of the best games this season when divisional rivals meet.