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Watch: Ravens' Brandon Williams squats teammate Eric Weddle

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Thursday night football played host to an AFC North showdown, where the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cleveland Browns comfortably by a scoreline of 28-7.

The Ravens offense stepped into another gear in the second half, scoring 21 unanswered points and earning them a spot at the top of the division in the process.

As the score began to get out of hand in the second half, Baltimore's defenders on the sidelines had to find different ways of staying warm while their offense on the field dominated and ran down the clock towards their fifth victory of the season.


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Ravens nose tackle Brandon Williams looked like one of those players that may have got a little chilly, as a fan videoed him squatting free safety Eric Weddle on the sidelines.

It's time to forget about wearing a coat or using an exercise bike to keep yourself warm while you wait to get back on the field. Squatting your fellow teammates is the new way to go. 

It obviously worked, as the Ravens came away as the victors, with Weddle getting an interception late in the game as well to secure the win for Baltimore.

The Ravens now have a mini-bye in essence before they visit Dallas a week on Sunday to play against the Cowboys. They'll have to be at the top of their game if they want to win that matchup as their opponent's offense has been fantastic this season, so you probably won't see many players doing squats on the sidelines. 

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