Baltimore Ravens force five turnovers in 24-10 beatdown of Cleveland Browns

Lynette Rowe
September 18, 2017

Many people had questions about the way the Cleveland Browns handled DeShone Kizer during Sunday's game against Baltimore.

The Ravens took a 14-0 lead on a 4-yard touchdown run by former Browns running back Terrance West and Joe Flacco's 9-yard TD toss to running back Javorius Allen.

Kizer completed 6-of-11 passes for 81 yards with one interception for a 40.3 rating before he left.

On the ensuing drive, Kizer moved the Browns from their own 25-yard line out to Baltimore's 26, but on a swing pass to running back Duke Johnson, he was intercepted by longtime National Football League safety Eric Weddle at the line of scrimmage.

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Kizer returned in the third quarter, but could not lead a comeback. That was the first points Baltimore allowed this season.

Although the Browns got the ball back on an interception just four plays later, they failed to capitalize on the turnover and again, punted to the Ravens. The Browns advanced to the Ravens' 3 early in the fourth quarter, but Kizer was intercepted in the end zone by Lardarius Webb. Kizer went 12/25 for 163 yards and three interceptions.

The teams traded a pair of short field goals in the second half. Hogan hit rookie TE David Njoku for a 23-yard score on a five-play, 83-yard drive that was spurred by a 49-yard catch and run by TE Seth DeValve.

NOTES: Ravens CB Brandon Carr made his 146th consecutive start - the longest streak in the National Football League among defensive players.

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