Quarter By Quarter Browns 14, Ravens 0

Ravens Gameday

October 01, 2007

1 -- TD passes put browns on top

The Ravens' streak of 15 games without surrendering an opening-drive touchdown ended on quarterback Derek Anderson's 2-yard dart to wide receiver Joe Jurevicius. The Browns also scored on Anderson's 78-yard strike to wide receiver Braylon Edwards - Cleveland's longest play from scrimmage this season. The Ravens' Matt Stover kicked a 46-yard field-goal attempt wide right.

Scoring

BROWNS: Jurevicius 2 pass from Anderson (Dawson kick), 9:46.

BROWNS: Edwards 78 pass from Anderson (Dawson kick), 5:46.

2 -- BROWNS 24, RAVENS 6

J. Lewis makes scoring leap

Stover kicked a 21-yard field goal, but Cleveland answered with a field goal and a 1-yard touchdown leap by ex-Ravens running back Jamal Lewis after Ravens rookie Yamon Figurs fumbled a kickoff return. Stover converted a 29-yarder before halftime.

Scoring

RAVENS: FG Stover 21, 12:45.

BROWNS: FG Dawson 41, 9:17.

BROWNS: J.Lewis 1 run (Dawson kick), 4:52.

RAVENS: FG Stover 29, :52.

3 -- BROWNS 27, RAVENS 6

Second miss for Stover

Stover missed another field-goal attempt - this one from 41 yards - wide right, marking the first time since the 2005 season opener that he had missed two field-goal tries in a game. Phil Dawson kicked a 20-yarder for the Browns, and the Ravens failed to convert on fourth-and-two at the Browns' 40-yard line.

Scoring

BROWNS: FG Dawson 20, 4:12.

4 -- BROWNS 27, RAVENS 13

Ravens' TD too little, too late

The Ravens' offense scored its first fourth-quarter touchdown this season when quarterback Steve McNair connected on a 4-yard pass with tight end Quinn Sypniewski - the first touchdown catch of his career. But the Ravens' comeback stalled at the Browns' 44 when the offense failed to convert on fourth-and-21 with 2:45 left in the game.

Scoring

RAVENS: Sypniewski 4 pass from McNair (Stover kick), 7:14.

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