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December 18, 2011
A week after getting lit up by the Chargers for 270 passing yards and one touchdown, the Ravens face a Browns team that is 22nd in the NFL in passing offense and will go with its backup quarterback. Colt McCoy, who went 17-for-35 for 192 yards, a touchdown and an interception in the first meeting, is sidelined by a concussion, and veteran Seneca Wallace will start in his place. Wallace (above) made his first start of the season last week and went 18-for-31 for 226 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown pass to Greg Little, the Browns' longest play since 2007. Little, a second-round pick out of North Carolina, leads the Browns with 57 receptions and 669 receiving yards. He could be covered by the Ravens' top cornerback, Lardarius Webb, who will likely start after his role was reduced last week because of a toe injury. The Ravens had three sacks against the Browns three weeks ago. After getting no sacks last week, the Ravens are second in the NFL with 45.