When the country needs an escape from reality, the NFL delivers once again with another classic Thursday Night game. Last night we had an AFC North showdown between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns. We knew we were getting a gritty football game, where the trenches would be a battlefield, and the hits would be just a little harder than usual. Yeah maybe that'd all be true if this was a Pittsburgh vs Baltimore 4 years ago, but sadly that was not the case. The Browns were astonishing 0-9 going into this game, but that didn't matter to them, Terrell Pryor, the only good player on the team said they still like their chances of making the playoffs. We all know that's BS, what do you expect for him to say though, so I won't fry him for it. Browns have never been part of the glorious AFC North battles because they've always sucked, but even the Pittsburgh vs Baltimore games aren't quite the war zones that it used to be. AFC North has quietly become one of the worst divisions in football, honestly it's sad to see. The Ravens on the other hand were 4-4 still very much in the playoff picture despite being a very bad football team in their own right. In reality this game was more of a representation of our country's current situation than an escape from it. No good playoff candidates in the AFC North, but someone has got to win, sound familiar? Everyone knew this game was going to be a shit show before it even started, I'd say that's the approach to most of these Thursday night games, but this one delivered as the worst one yet. Browns got off to an early lead, showing that maybe tonight they'd ensure not to join the infamous list of 0-16 teams. They were playing with energy early and the Ravens looked flat. Browns actually held a 7-6 lead going into halftime, maybe it was their night, the stars shine brightest on the big stage, and this was definitley the Browns Super Bowl since it's their only nationally televised game of the season. The second half we saw an elite Joe Flacco, I mean as elite as Joe Flacco can be. Flacco threw 2 interceptions in the game, one coming in the second half, but for the most part he played well against the Browns. Ravens scored 3 touchdowns in the second half and the Browns might as well not have come out for the second half because it didn't look like they were even on the field to be honest. Hue Jackson did his weekly QB change mid game when he took out the Browns future Cody Kessler for Josh McCown to try to get that coveted first win of the season in week 10. Unfortunately, the QB switch did nothing, what a surprise. Browns lose to the Ravens 28-7, improving to 0-10 on the season, and now they're only 6 more losses away from tying an NFL record for most losses in a season. Isn't it only fitting if the Cleveland Browns can be part owner for the worst record in NFL history, it's actually a true travesty that they haven't accomplished this yet, Hue Jackson clearly off to a great start in Cleveland. Ravens on the other hand move into first place in the division, I'll say right now if this team actually ends up making the playoffs they might be the worst team to ever win their division, I doubt the Steelers and Bengals will choke that badly though. Who really knows, it's the new AFC North, filled with poor football teams, and total uncertainty week to week.