The Cleveland Browns only won one game last year, but with a performance like that, they could increase their win total from last year and be a team trending upward in 2017. Dating back to 2008 and head coach John Harbaugh's arrival in the Land of Crab Cakes, his team now owns a 17-2 record in this AFC North rivalry. Kevin Hogan, a second-year player from Stanford, entered and put orchestrated a scoring drive.
Kizer struggled in the game, going 15 of 31 for 182 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions.
Kizer completed 6-of-11 for 81 yards, but had an interception (on a throw off Duke Johnson's hand) and a fumble lost on a sack. He connected with David Njoku for a 23-yard touchdown pass.
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Hogan used a play-action fake to freeze the defenders, stepped up in the pocket when pressure came from the strong side and muscled a pass into the end zone. Allen had a 37-yard run and Flacco threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin. However, Baltimore ratcheted up the defensive pressure and forced another Browns mistake.
A replay review confirmed the call of touchdown, and the Ravens took a 21-7 lead into the halftime break.
Cleveland got a spark with Hogan, who completed a 49-yard pass to Seth DeValve with his first attempt. The Browns had four in the first quarter in Baltimore.