Best catch: WR Patrick Johnson's adjustment on a deep pass by Trent Dilfer in which he went from his left side to his right to make a catch at mid-thigh level for a 46-yard touchdown in the second quarter.
Best secret weapon: WR Brandon Stokley, whose three third-down catches in the first half helped open a 24-7 lead in the second quarter.
Best debut as an offensive weapon: FB Sam Gash, who looked like a wide-out on a 2-yard TD catch in the second quarter.
Biggest payoff: DT Tony Siragusa, who earned a $500,000 contract incentive for the Ravens' ninth win. That rolls over into his 2001 contract, making it a $1 million game for Siragusa.
Best pickpocket: Tie between Corey Harris, who stripped the ball from punt returner Dennis Northcutt in the second quarter, and Cornell Brown, who knocked the ball loose from QB Spergon Wynn with his pass rush in the third. The Ravens got 10 points off those turnovers.
Best run in a supporting role: RB Priest Holmes, who delivered a 360-degree spin move in the backfield and outran Cleveland DB Earl Little to the corner of the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.