Browns beat Eagles 26-20 in overtime

Updated December 08, 2018 12:33:16The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 26 to 20 on Sunday to claim the NFC North title and take home their first playoff berth in three seasons.

In a game that was supposed to be a preview of the playoffs, it was the Ravens that took the lead in the second quarter.

They scored 10 unanswered points to open the scoring, then converted a fourth-and-1 from the Ravens 39-yard line to tie it at 22.

The Eagles scored three consecutive points in the final minutes to take the lead for good at 28-21.

But the Ravens rallied and scored their third and final touchdown in the last two minutes to pull away.

It was the first time in three games that the Ravens won their opening game.

The Ravens are now three games out of the top spot in the AFC North and hold a 10-game lead over the Green Bay Packers.

They are just two games back of the defending NFC champions, the Chicago Bears.

The final home game of the regular season is Sunday at 3 p.m.

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NFL playoffs will have ‘tough’ matchups as ‘bowl games’ are canceled

A big-time football game will no longer be a bowl game.

The NFL announced Monday it will play games that had previously been called “bowl games” and will start to call those games in 2017 and 2018.

The league will also change its scheduling of games, including matchups between teams.

It will be easier for fans to get tickets for games with new, smaller crowds.

It will be more difficult to get seats for games that have traditionally been sold out.

It’s a major shift from the traditional “bowl” schedule, in which the home team plays the visiting team in a home-and-home series.

In a statement, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said:We will always be a team that celebrates its games, and we will always show the fans what we can do to make them proud to watch the NFL.

That’s why we are giving our fans an opportunity to participate in the game of their dreams and in a way that is more meaningful and meaningful to them than playing in a stadium that can barely hold 50 people.

“The new format will allow us to create more exciting and exciting matchups, both on and off the field, as we bring our fans a new game experience in a completely new way,” Goodell said.

Ahead of the NFL’s decision, the NFLPA was quick to criticize the changes.

“It’s going to be a tough slate of games,” NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith said in a statement.

“The games we’re going to have to play now will be tough.”

The NFL will play the New Orleans Saints, Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars in the playoffs.

The San Francisco 49ers will host the Atlanta Falcons in the divisional round of the playoffs on Nov. 13.

The Los Angeles Rams, Green Bay Packers and New York Giants will face each other in the NFC Championship Game on Dec. 31.

The game will start at 7 p.m.

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The game will air on ABC and CBS.

The teams will face off on a Sunday night game at 7:30 p.k.

The NFL will be the first NFL game to start on CBS.

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How to tweet your thoughts about the NFL playoff game and NBA playoffs

The NFL playoffs are about to begin.

But who knows what kind of tweets will pop up in time for the next round?

That’s why it’s important to use your social media skills to keep tabs on all the buzz in the NFL and NBA.

To start, we’re taking a look at some tweets that have been tweeted about the games from around the world and what they’re all about.

The NFL playoffs will take place from April 18-20.

The NBA will start in the first round on April 19.

The NBA Playoffs will feature the Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, and Oklahoma City Thunder.