If anyone bothers to follow the NFL after the Browns have been eliminated (it really is difficult for me, personally) they know that the our two biggest rivals will once again meet in the divisional playoffs. I get in the argument quite a lot with friends, actually. Who is the most despicable team: the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Baltimore Ravens?
This is really easy for me. I admit maybe there's a little bias since I have family in Pittsburgh but I hate the Ravens more than any team in all of organized sports. I will take 10000 Pittsburgh Super Bowls in a row before I'll want to live with just one from the Ravens. I like the rivalry that the Steelers and the Browns have, I'm glad that it exists. I'm in a unique situation being raised in a household by a Browns father and a Steelers mother - I know, they're crazy, but I love them.
The Ravens, on the other hand, perfectly symbolize the general front office incompetence that has plagued the Browns in the past decade. The whole "one step forward, two steps back" routine of the organization's progression is frustrating as it is, but it is even worse when the team that triggered this slow struggle through a seemingly endless desert is so enormously successful. Seeing the Ravens win the Super Bowl back in 2000 was one of the most uncomfortable feelings I've ever had, in life, let alone in sports.