Oct 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (23) takes the field before a game against the Buffalo Bills at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ron Schwane-USA TODAY Sports

Browns’ Joe Haden says they can beat Ravens, not the same team of old


 

The Cleveland Browns take on the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. The Browns have struggled to find wins, except when Brian Hoyer was playing quarterback. Hoyer helped the Browns get a three game win streak earlier this year, unfortunately an ACL injury ended his season early.

Heading into this game against the Ravens, the Browns are looking to get a win. Browns cournerback Joe Haden thinks they can beat a Ravens team that isn’t the one that won the Super Bowl last year.

The Ravens aren’t the Ravens of old,” Haden told reporters Thursday, via The Plain Dealer. “They’re still really good, a real talented team, a division opponent, but at the same time, our team is a whole different team. It’s a different squad. We still haven’t gotten over the hump, but there’s no reason why we can’t.”

The Browns have four divisional games left, and every game is important. Haden thinks they can still challenge the Bengals for the divisional title.

“Everything is still in front of us,” Haden said. “We still have so many division games in front of us and nobody’s really out there. Cincinnati’s ahead but we can always catch up. We’ve still got everything ahead of us that we want to do. We just need to do it.”

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