Flacco, aggressive defense lift Ravens past Browns

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On the Browns side, starting quarterback DeShone Kizer split time in the first half with Kevin Hogan after Kizer left with a migrane. Dating back to 2008 and head coach John Harbaugh's arrival in the Land of Crab Cakes, his team now owns a 17-2 record in this AFC North rivalry.

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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. He was also strip-sacked by Ravens linebacker Terrelle Suggs before departing after 3 offensove series. The drive ended with a 23-yard TD throw to rookie David Njoku. Terrance West scored on the next play for a 7-0 lead. The Browns went three-and-out on his first series.

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. Browns WR Rashard Higgins, who was signed from practice squad Saturday, caught seven passes for 95 yards.

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