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

Beth Cruz
September 18, 2017

If Kizer's day is over, the rookie finished with six of 11 passes completed for 81 yards and one interception. Kevin Hogan, a second-year player from Stanford, entered and put orchestrated a scoring drive. He completed 15 of 31 passes for 182 yards with three interceptions and was sacked twice. The score was set up by a 49-yard catch and run by tight end Seth DeValve from Hogan. Even though it was a loss, having a rookie quarterback in DeShone Kizer leading the way and showing poise in a tough game was a sight for sore eyes.

A replay review confirmed the call of touchdown, and the Ravens took a 21-7 lead into the halftime break. The Browns had four in the first quarter in Baltimore. That was the first points Baltimore allowed this season.

With 1:01 remaining in the second quarter, Baltimore attempted a 58-yard field goal that was wide right, which gave Cleveland possession of the football at its own 48-yard line.

The Ravens used five takeaways on Sunday to defeat the visiting Browns, 24-10. He was acquired as a free agent in the offseason and also had an interception in the opener.

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