Browns Showing Fight, But Ravens Hold Lead At Half

Which Browns player would you like on the Ravens

Which Browns player would you like on the Ravens

Kizer was stripped in the end zone by Za'Darius Smith and the loose ball was pounced on by Williams, who shimmied his 340-pound frame across the goal line.

The out-of-town scoreboards behind the end zones at FirstEnergy Stadium put more pressure on the Ravens than the host Cleveland Browns did for much of the afternoon. He scored on a 2-yard touchdown run that gave the Ravens the lead for good late in the second quarter, then added a 33-yard touchdown pass to tight end Benjamin Watson later in the second quarter.

Later in the drive, the Ravens again found themselves in a third and goal, but instead of Collins getting the call, Flacco walked in a quarterback keeper. The Browns take on the Chicago Bears in Week 16.

The ball-hawking Baltimore Ravens forced four more turnovers Sunday and converted two of them into touchdowns to defeat the Cleveland Browns 27-10. He was 20-of-37 for 146 yards with two interceptions and a costly third-quarter fumble that was recovered by Baltimore's Brandon Williams for a touchdown. The Ravens finish their regular season with home games against the Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals, both of whom entered Week 15 as the two worst offenses in the NFL.

The Browns got back within one score on the final play of the half as Zane Gonzalez hit a 45-yard field goal.

NOTES: Ravens QB Joe Flacco is now 17-2 against the Browns over a 10-year span. Ravens S Eric Weddle intercepted his sixth pass of 2017 in the first quarter.

On the Browns next possession, running back Isaiah Crowell ran for 59 yards. It was Flacco's first rushing touchdown this season.

Flacco has completed 14 of 24 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown.

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