Week 4 NFL Picks And Predictions: Browns Vs. Ravens

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Not surprisingly, most NFL experts believe that the Baltimore Ravens will beat the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.

The 0-3 Cleveland Browns try to get their first win of the year on Thursday night when they take on the Baltimore Ravens.

Unfortunately for the Brandon Weeden and the Browns, few, if any, are picking the Browns to upset the Ravens.

Every expert at ESPN, ranging from Keyshawn Johnson, to Mike Ditka and everybody in between, believe the Ravens will defeat the Browns on Thursday.

CBS Sports' experts picked both straight up and against the spread. Seven of CBS' eight NFL experts have the Browns covering the 13.5 point spread, with Clark Judge being the lone exception. Each expert, as well as CBS' "prediction machine," have the Ravens defeating the Browns on Thursday night.

Cleveland's record against the spread is 1-1-1 -- though, that's likely of little consolation to the Browns. The Ravens, meanwhile, are 2-1 against the spread, only failing to cover in Week 3's one-point win over the New England Patriots.

Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. ET at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

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