Defense Leads Again As Ravens Beat Browns, 24-10, In Home Opener

Taylor Byrd
September 18, 2017

Ravens running back Terrance West opened the scoring for Baltimore in the first quarter with a 4-yard touchdown run and kicker Justin Tucker rounded things out with a 28-yard field goal with 14:56 left in the fourth quarter.

The Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon, but lost All-Pro offensive lineman Marshal Yanda and linebacker Bam Bradley for the remainder of the season due to injuries.

After intercepting Hogan with just 19 seconds to play, the Ravens got a 37-yard run from Allen down to the Cleveland 2-yard line, and then, Flacco briefly rolled to his right and threw a touchdown pass to veteran receiver Jeremy Maclin. Veteran Ravens tight end Ben Watson caught 8 passes for 91 yards in the win.

Cleveland rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer was sidelined with a migraine midway through the second quarter.

The Ravens' (2-0) takeaways including one end zone pick by Lardarius Webb, in a 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns (0-2).

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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