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With Johnson injured, Cardinals lose run game and Super Bowl shot

With running back Chris Johnson suffering a fractured tibia, Arizona has lost the engine of its running game and a player who helped keep defenses honest against the Cardinals' deep receiving corps.

Should Hasselbeck remain the Colts starter? (1:10)
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Denver's Osweiler used time on sidelines wisely

After waiting 43 months, Broncos QB Brock Osweiler has made the most of his opportunity. In the process, he's won over teammates with his confidence and maturity, writes Jeff Legwold.

Chip Kelly refutes report he met with USC (2:11)
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Gruden: Manziel can still be Browns' future

Not only should the Browns keep Johnny Manziel, but they should also make a strong effort to develop the recently demoted quarterback into their 2016 starter, Jon Gruden writes.

Brady hopes Gronk injury is not too serious (0:46)
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Game balls: Who starred in Week 12

Colts quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who is now 4-0 as a starter this season, and Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin are among Sunday's top performers.

Kearse: We left it all out on the field (0:45)
Winston disappointed in game, not situation (0:43)


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Browns clearly looking to expose Ravens LBs in coverage. Attacking over the middle on each drive.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

That's the 20th TD pass allowed by Ravens this season. Only eight teams have given up more this season.

McCown dances, finds Moore for TD

Josh McCown kept his poise in the pocket, bought time and hit Marlon Moore for a 10-yard TD pass to pull the Browns within a touchdown (17-10) of the Ravens with 4:36 left in the first half on ESPN.


Not Ray Lewis on stopping Cam's dabbing

"He got your wife dabbing. He got your kids dabbing. He got coach Roy Williams from the Chapel Hill Tar Heels dabbing. Stop this man from dancing!"


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Schaub is 6 of 8 for 88 yards and one TD. His passer rating is 150 (perfect rating is 158.3).

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns used 14 plays and got a field goal. Baltimore responded with a 60-yard drive in three plays to go up 17-3. Unrest grows among the home fans.

Allen, Ravens capitalize on missed tackles

Javorius Allen hauled in a pass from Matt Schaub, broke two Browns tackles, and found the end zone for the 13-yard score to give the Ravens a 17-3 lead with 9:58 left in the first half (Live on ESPN).


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Matt Schaub with 13-yard TD pass to Buck Allen. It's first TD pass for Schaub since Dec. 22, 2013.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Travis Coons has made all 17 field goals he's tried this season. His long has been 44 yards in the dome against St. Louis.

Belichick really not happy with question

A reporter dared to ask Bill Belichick his emotions after seeing Rob Gronkowski down on the field. Note: Do not ask Bill Belichick about his emotions.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

That holding call on Browns is only sixth against a Ravens opponent all season

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Two signs seen in Cleveland's home stadium: One says "We Still Have Lebron." The other using the letters of the network broadcasting the game: "Every Season Pathetically Nauseating."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' Kaeln Clay scored his first career TD on fourth ever punt return in NFL. Ravens, 7-0.

Ravens strike first on punt return TD

Browns punter Andy Lee booted the ball 61 yards, but he outkicked his coverage, as Ravens returner Jaelin Clay took it 82 yards for the score to give the Ravens a 7-0 lead with 9:54 left in the first quarter on ESPN.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kaelin Clay returns punt 82 yards for TD. First one for Ravens since Tandon Doss had one in September 2013.

Cleveland favored over Baltimore on MNF

According to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, Cleveland closed as a 6-point favorite over Baltimore. It marks the first time since November 2, 2008 that Cleveland is favored against Baltimore (first time in 14 games). Follow live

Steve Young: Refs are in a 'no-win situation'

The Monday Night Countdown crew talks about how a partnership between the NFL and officials, plus inclusion into the competition committee, could make the rules easier to understand for players, and the calls easier on the referees.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

A lot of empty seats in Cleveland for start of Ravens-Browns game