This time Ravens hold on late, 23-20 against Cleveland
Two Way Talk segment with Reeta Hubbard, The NFL Chick
BALTIMORE (AP) — Gus Edwards ran for two touchdowns in his first game back from a major knee injury, and the Baltimore Ravens avoided another fourth-quarter collapse thanks to a couple huge Cleveland penalties that helped them hold off the Browns 23-20.
Baltimore has blown a double-digit lead in the second half of each of its three losses this season.
The Ravens led 23-13, but the Browns cut the lead to three and had the ball at the Baltimore 34.
Then an offensive pass interference call wiped out a touchdown pass to Amari Cooper.
A false start later forced Cade York to try a field goal from 60 yards, and it was blocked by Malik Harrison with 1:59 remaining.