BEREA, Ohio (AP) - For years, the Browns have been on the bottom looking up, way up, at three other teams AFC North. They may be starting to climb.
Cleveland has gone a combined 4-23 inside its division since 2008, an abysmal record against Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Baltimore — all playoff teams in 2011— that this year's Browns believe they can improve. The Browns split their two games against the Bengals this season and Sunday they'll get a chance to even their score with the Ravens, who beat Cleveland 23-16 on Sept. 27 and have won nine straight over the Browns.
Cornerback Joe Haden is one of several players who feel the Browns are closing that gap in their division and he feels "like our team is on the verge of being at the top."
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