Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker
Cleveland, and every team for that matter, has trouble running against the Ravens, so Anderson will have to be at his best. He's had an up and down season that has many wondering which quarterback will show up week to week.
At least in warm-ups, it appears "good D.A." could show up at home. Anderson made a few good throws before kickoff, including threading the needle a couple times against Cover 2 to receiver Braylon Edwards.
In his first meeting against Baltimore, Anderson started well but finished with three interceptions in a 28-10 loss. The Browns and Anderson led 10-7 at intermission before a second-half meltdown. The Ravens are hoping Anderson again fails to put together four good quarters, so stay tuned.