NFL schedule 2012: Browns visit Cowboys coming off bye week

David Richard-US PRESSWIRE

Coming off a bye week, the Browns visit the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday while the Ravens and Steelers kick off their first match-up of the season.

The Cleveland Browns visit the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday afternoon, hopefully rested and ready coming off a bye week. After losing to the Baltimore Ravens 25-15 on Nov. 4, the Browns had last weekend off, allowing the team to recuperate from a physical match-up.

On Sunday, the Browns will face a Cowboys team that's coming off an impressive 38-23 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. Dallas has been one of the league's most inconsistent teams so far this season, but it's a team that can pass the ball and get to the quarterback at ease when things are going right.

Elsewhere around the league, the Ravens are visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday afternoon in the first match-up of the season between those two rivals. Neither team has looked like its usual dominant self yet this year but they're still among the league's best in terms of win-loss record at this point.

The Cincinnati Bengals, coming off an impressive blowout of the New York Giants at home, face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

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