Browns Fall to Ravens, 14-6

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BALTIMORE — The Cleveland Browns were looking for their first win of the regular season as they traveled to Baltimore Sunday. But the team had trouble handling the Ravens offense in the second half and ended the game without their starting quarterback.

The Browns were up 6-0 at the half after shutting out the Ravens for the first 30 minutes. But Baltimore was able to make just enough plays against the struggling Browns for the 14-6 win.

Late in the 4th quarter, Browns’ starting quarterback Brandon Weeden was taken to the locker room after injuring his thumb on a helmet. Weeden was 21-of-33 for 227 yards and was sacked five times before being pulled.

The Browns slip to 0-2 on the season. They travel to Minnesota next week to take on the Vikings.