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Ravens Gameday

Ravens 15 Browns 14

September 25, 2006

RAVENS 3, BROWNS 0

Ravens' defense dominates

The Ravens' defense surrendered just 13 yards of offense, with end Trevor Pryce recording two of the unit's three sacks of quarterback Charlie Frye. The Ravens' offense compiled 84 yards and Derrick Mason caught a 37-yard pass from Steve McNair along the right sideline. But the Ravens ended a drive into the red zone with a 32-yard field goal by Matt Stover.

Scoring Ravens: FG Stover 32, 5:05.

BROWNS 14, RAVENS 3

Quick strike turns it around

The tide turned when Frye launched a deep pass along the left sideline to Braylon Edwards, who outraced cornerback Samari Rolle to finish off a one-play, 58-yard touchdown possession. With momentum on their side, the Browns capped the first half with an 11-play, 74-yard touchdown drive. The Ravens went three-and-out on their three possessions and totaled just 19 yards.

Scoring

Browns: Edwards 58 pass from Frye (Dawson kick), 9:28. Browns: Frye 1 run (Dawson kick), 0:24.

BROWNS 14, RAVENS 3

Offenses stall, go scoreless

The Ravens drove into Cleveland territory twice but came away with no points. Their second series stalled when running back Jamal Lewis was stopped for a 2-yard loss on fourth-and-one from the Browns' 28-yard line. Cleveland's offense wasn't much better as it collected one first down and gained just 9 yards in the period.

Scoring

None

RAVENS 15, BROWNS 14

Stover's kick caps rally

The Ravens rallied on a 3-yard touchdown pass from McNair to Todd Heap and a 43-yard field goal by Stover. Cleveland answered with a time-consuming drive, but Chris McAlister intercepted Frye's pass for Edwards in the end zone, and Stover nailed a 52-yard field goal with 20 seconds left to win it.

Scoring

Ravens: Heap 3 pass from McNair (pass failed), 14:56.

Ravens: FG Stover 43, 10:22.

Ravens: FG Stover 52, 0:20.

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