Browns lose to Ravens, 10-27, 0-14 on the season now

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CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Browns lost to the Baltimore Ravens 27-10 on Sunday, bringing their record to 0-14.

Cleveland is still looking for their first win. The team travels to Chicago next week and wraps up the season in Pittsburgh on Dec. 31.

Baltimore scored a field goal on the open drive. Then the two AFC North teams took turns going three and out before Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer threw an interception in the last few minutes of the quarter.

The Ravens were driving down the field and looked poised to increase their lead. But the Browns defense came up with a big stop on fourth down.

On the Browns next possession, running back Isaiah Crowell ran for 59 yards. That set up Duke Johnson for a touchdown, making the score 7-3.

The Ravens answered on the next drive with a touchdown. Johnson fumbled when Cleveland got the ball back. That resulted in a Joe Flacco to Benjamin Watson touchdown.

The Browns ended the half with a field goal. The score is 17-10, Ravens.

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