Browns defeat Ravens 33-30 in overtime

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BALTIMORE – Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco faked out the entire Browns‘ defense and scored an early touchdown as the Browns took on the Ravens in Baltimore. The Ravens couldn’t keep that lead though, falling 33-30 in overtime.

Browns cornerback Joe Haden suffered a concussion during the game and he was not allowed to return. Haden has struggled with injuries this season and didn’t play last week against the Chargers.

The Ravens started off much stronger than the Browns, holding Cleveland to just three field goals in the first half.

The Browns stepped it up in the second half though, scoring two touchdowns fairly close together to take the first lead of the game, 22-21, near the start of the fourth quarter.

They missed the 2-point conversion, but the second touchdown pass to Gary Barnidge made Josh McCown the first Browns quarterback to have 3 consecutive 300-yard games.

The Ravens struck right back, scoring to take the lead away from the Browns.

The Browns did not sit back and let the Ravens take the game though, scoring once again late in the fourth and getting the 2-point conversion to have a 30-27 lead.

The Ravens were able to march down the field though, scoring a field goal to take the game into overtime.

The Browns snagged their second win this season with a field goal after the Ravens couldn’t score to start overtime.

The Browns are now 2-3 this season.