The Ravens vs. Browns live stream online and televised 2015 NFL Monday Night Football game will feature two teams both sporting losing records in the AFC. A hot winning streak about now would potentially put them closer to playoff contention. The visiting Baltimore Ravens have just one road win while the home team, Cleveland, has won just once at their home field making for an interesting matchup. Tonight’s game will also see a major quarterback change for one team. The 2015 NFL live streaming and TV coverage arrives via ESPN networks on Monday night.
According to CBS Sports in their Nov. 29 report, the big story heading into tonight’s game is the fact that Cleveland quarterback Johnny Manziel will be watching it from the sidelines. For the season, he’s thrown for 933 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions with a 59.4 percent completion percentage. Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden spent time with Manziel prior to this year’s training camp and recently said, “If he wants to be a great quarterback and realize his potential, let this be the day he gets awakened.” Backup Josh McCown is expected to get the start tonight.
The Browns come into this matchup at a disappointing 2-8, while the Ravens are just 3-7. If the postseason started before, or even after tonight’s game, neither squad would be playing in the playoffs. However, both teams are still listed as “in the hunt” in the AFC. They’d need to start putting together a string of wins, starting with tonight’s matchup in Cleveland, and then hope that other teams ahead of them falter. So as they often say in sports, “anything is possible,” and that’s especially true of this latest NFL season.
The odds favor the home team tonight as Cleveland is a five-point favorite on the spread. For moneyline bettors, they will be priced at -215 while the Baltimore Ravens are +195 underdogs. Tonight’s over/under points total is set at 42 points for the complete game.
For live television coverage of the Ravens vs. Browns, ESPN channel is the one to turn to, with the game officially scheduled for 8:30 p.m. ET. To watch it live streaming online, cable and satellite subscribers should use their WatchESPN broadband sports network websites or mobile apps. Sirius XM Satellite Radio subscribers can listen on channel 83 for Baltimore, 93 for Cleveland, or 88 for national live audio commentary.