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December 24, 2011
Ravens 20, Browns 14 Fourth Quarter: 8:22 Evan Moore 6-yard touchdown pass from Seneca Wallace -- Phil Dawson extra point is good Ravens 20, Browns 7 Third Quarter: 3:07 Josh Cribbs 84-yard punt return -- Phil Dawson extra point is good Ravens 20, Browns 0 Third Quarter: 5:50 Shayne Graham 43-yard field goal Ravens 17, Browns 0 Second Quarter: 8:57...
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2013
For the first time since he was beaten out by Justin Tucker last year for the kicking job, former Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff will return to M&T Bank Stadium for a regular season game Sunday. Cundiff was signed by the Cleveland Browns as the replacement for Phil Dawson after they cut Shayne Graham during the final major roster cutdown. Cundiff was a Pro Bowl selection in 2010 with the Ravens, but faltered during the 2011 season as his infamous rushed 32-yard field goal missed badly during the final moments of an AFC championship game loss to the New England Patriots.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | November 19, 2007
Ravens@Chargers Sunday, 4:15 p.m., Ch. 13, 1090 AM, 97.9 FM Line: Chargers by 9 1/2 BIZARRE FINISH In one of the strangest endings in NFL history, the Ravens walked off the field thinking they had won only to return to the field and lose in overtime. :26 -- Matt Stover's 47-yard field goal gave the Ravens a 30-27 lead. :00 --- Phil Dawson's 51-yard field-goal attempt was ruled no good by one official underneath the upright. But after a discussion lasting nearly five minutes, referee Pete Morelli ruled that the field goal was good because it had bounced off the supporting post, tying the game at 30 and sending it to overtime.
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By Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel | November 6, 2012
Ravens 25, Browns 15 Strategy: Embracing their old smash-mouth roots, the Ravens eschewed no-huddle and shotgun schemes in favor of physical I-formation plays with bruising fullback Vonta Leach running interference for Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice. There were just five no-huddle plays, including Rice's eight-yard touchdown run, and 13 shotgun plays, including quarterback Joe Flacco's game-winning touchdown pass, out of 62 plays. Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron broke character and was stubborn with the run even when Rice was corralled by extra defenders.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | October 2, 2009
With an electric offense and a dominant run defense, the Ravens probably didn't need any help starting 3-0. But they received it anyway. Injuries to other teams' starters have been one of the reasons the Ravens sit atop the AFC North. In the season opener, the Kansas City Chiefs played without their quarterback (Matt Cassel) and a cornerback (Brandon Flowers). In Week 2, the San Diego Chargers didn't have their running back (LaDainian Tomlinson), two offensive linemen (Nick Hardwick and Louis Vasquez)
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2013
For the first time since he was beaten out by Justin Tucker last year for the kicking job, former Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff will return to M&T Bank Stadium for a regular season game Sunday. Cundiff was signed by the Cleveland Browns as the replacement for Phil Dawson after they cut Shayne Graham during the final major roster cutdown. Cundiff was a Pro Bowl selection in 2010 with the Ravens, but faltered during the 2011 season as his infamous rushed 32-yard field goal missed badly during the final moments of an AFC championship game loss to the New England Patriots.
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By Jamison Hensley | October 8, 2002
POSITION EDGE Ravens rushing vs. Browns run defense Running back Jamal Lewis made it clear that he has fully recovered from last year's knee surgery. He tied a career high with 187 yards rushing, producing 138 in the second half. The offensive line was aggressive and Lewis was patient in waiting for the holes to open. The Ravens are 13-0 when Lewis carries more than 20 times. Ravens passing vs. Browns pass defense Chris Redman had a quarterback rating over 100 for the second straight week.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2012
For much of the first three weeks, opposing quarterbacks had found Ravens' cornerback Cary Williams. They watched where he lined up and often threw in that direction. But with the Ravens' holding onto a precarious six-point lead late in the third quarter Thursday, Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden lost sight of Williams and the result was the game's decisive play. Williams stepped in front of wide receiver Travis Benjamin in the flat and took the ball back 63 yards for a touchdown, his first career interception helping the Ravens turn aside the pesky Browns, 23-16, before an announced 70,944 in a game played in a steady rain storm.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2012
Vulnerable against the run, stonewalled by blockers and often susceptible to speedy receivers, the Ravens' defense is rarely described as stingy nowadays. The last remnants of what was once a stout defense were on display Sunday when the Ravens' backs were against the wall in the red zone. During the Ravens' 25-15 escape of a road victory over the Cleveland Browns, the defense managed to stiffen when it absolutely had to by limiting the scoring to five Phil Dawson field goals.
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December 10, 2003
Moves Baseball ANGELS: Agreed to four-year, $51 million contract with free-agent P Bartolo Colon, who had been with White Sox. ASTROS: Named Russ Nixon manager of Single-A Salem, Ivan DeJesus manager of Single-A Lexington and Gregg Langbehn manager of short-season Single-A Tri-City. BRAVES: Agreed to two-year, $7 million contract with P John Thomson, who had been with Rangers. BREWERS: Assigned IF Enrique Cruz and IF Alejandro Machado to Triple-A Indianapolis. CARDINALS: Agreed to one-year contracts with free-agent IF Brent Butler, who had been with Rockies, and 1B-OF Steve Cox, who had been in Japan.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2012
The Ravens' offense has fluctuated so wildly by quarter, never mind one game to the next, that it probably would be foolish to draw any concrete conclusions from one drive. However, for a brief moment late Sunday afternoon following a come-from-behind 25-15 victory over the Cleveland Browns, Ravens coach John Harbaugh considered the thought that his team's nine-play, 81-yard march that culminated with Torrey Smith catching a 19-yard touchdown from Joe Flacco for the decisive points could be the spark that the offense needs going forward.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2012
Vulnerable against the run, stonewalled by blockers and often susceptible to speedy receivers, the Ravens' defense is rarely described as stingy nowadays. The last remnants of what was once a stout defense were on display Sunday when the Ravens' backs were against the wall in the red zone. During the Ravens' 25-15 escape of a road victory over the Cleveland Browns, the defense managed to stiffen when it absolutely had to by limiting the scoring to five Phil Dawson field goals.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2012
CLEVELAND - During a third quarter in which the Ravens not only didn't get a first down but they didn't net a single yard, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs sauntered over to a frustrated offense on the sidelines and delivered a message. “We'll hold them from scoring touchdowns, you guys go ahead and pull a drive together and let's win this game,” Suggs told the beleaguered group. At the time, Suggs' comment seemed like wishful thinking. The Ravens were in the process of going 30 minutes without a first down and punting on seven straight possessions.
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By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | October 30, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. On Sunday, the Ravens will take on the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland. So I reached out to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal to talk about this weekend's game and how the Browns have changed since we last chatted. MV: From afar, it seems that rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has progressed since the Ravens faced him. He threw a pair of touchdown passes in three of those games.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2012
For much of the first three weeks, opposing quarterbacks had found Ravens' cornerback Cary Williams. They watched where he lined up and often threw in that direction. But with the Ravens' holding onto a precarious six-point lead late in the third quarter Thursday, Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden lost sight of Williams and the result was the game's decisive play. Williams stepped in front of wide receiver Travis Benjamin in the flat and took the ball back 63 yards for a touchdown, his first career interception helping the Ravens turn aside the pesky Browns, 23-16, before an announced 70,944 in a game played in a steady rain storm.
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December 24, 2011
Ravens 20, Browns 14 Fourth Quarter: 8:22 Evan Moore 6-yard touchdown pass from Seneca Wallace -- Phil Dawson extra point is good Ravens 20, Browns 7 Third Quarter: 3:07 Josh Cribbs 84-yard punt return -- Phil Dawson extra point is good Ravens 20, Browns 0 Third Quarter: 5:50 Shayne Graham 43-yard field goal Ravens 17, Browns 0 Second Quarter: 8:57...
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By Jamison Hensley and Baltimore Sun reporter | December 26, 2010
Maybe Ed Reed's sideline scare is a sign and the Ravens are getting hot at the right time. Reed's fourth-quarter interception sealed the Ravens' 20-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns and helped clinch the Ravens' third straight playoff berth, an unprecedented achievement in the team's 15-year history. While there were no celebrations on the sidelines for making the AFC's six-team postseason field, there was some jumping done by the Pro Bowl safety. Reed's body-length jacket caught on fire when he sat too close to a heater, but he leapt up and threw off the smoking coat to avoid any serious injury.
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