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Cleveland Browns' Week 13 Game Against Baltimore Ravens Flexed To Late Afternoon

Though the NFL just announced that the Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints game in Week 13 has been flexed to Sunday Night Football, the Cleveland Browns are getting one of their games flexed, as well. Their Week 13 tilt against the rival Baltimore Ravens is being moved to 4:00 p.m. eastern that week, a three hour difference from the originally scheduled 1:00 p.m.

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It will join the Packers - Giants game that day as the only starting at 4:00 p.m. eastern. The NFL uses flex scheduling after week nine, to put up quality matchups that may not have looked like quality before the season began. The aforementioned Lions-Saints game is a clear indicator of that, considering the Lions were not considered a marquee team before the season. Though the Browns have struggled this season, the AFC North is potentially the most competitive division and football, and the rivalry matchups are always worth watching.

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