8:30 PM ET, November 16, 2009
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Ravens able to turn things around, but Browns never can in shutout
Browns' Defense Yellow
The Browns' defense mostly sat back and let Joe Flacco pick them apart as Flacco completed 91 percent of his passes against standard pressure (four or fewer pass rushers). Against extra pressure (more than four pass rushers), Flacco didn't fare as well.
-- ESPN Stats and Information
• After the first scoreless half in the NFL this season, the Ravens scored the game's only 16 points in the second half to beat the Browns for the fourth straight game.
• Dawan Landry recorded his eighth career INT and returned it 48 yards for a score, the Ravens' 35th interception return TD since joining the NFL in 1996 (most in the league over that span).
• Cleveland has scored a league-low five offensive TDs this season, and the offense has now given up three defensive TDs.
• In his first start since Week 3, Brady Quinn was 13 for 31 for 99 yards with no scores and two interceptions. He's just the fourth QB in the last 20 seasons to throw 30 or more passes for fewer than 100 yards with no scores and multiple interceptions in a game.
-- ESPN Stats & Information
No Late Magic
Monday night's shutout loss to the Baltimore Ravens kept the Cleveland Browns stuck at 19 fourth-quarter points scored in the 2009 NFL season. For comparison, remember the Indianapolis Colts scored 21 Sunday night alone against the New England Patriots.
|Team||4th qtr. points|
Before the game, Browns backup QB Derek Anderson played catch -- left-handed -- with Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, a lefty who returned the throws right-handed. Anderson threw some impressive spirals with his opposite hand. ... Browns P Dave Zastudil was inactive because of a sore knee. Reggie Hodges, signed Sunday, averaged 38.6 on nine kicks. ... Ravens S Haruki Nakamura, a Cleveland native, broke his right ankle on the opening kickoff.
Team Stat Comparison
Passing 1st downs
Rushing 1st downs
1st downs from penalties
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||4.7||2.6|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|Red Zone (Made-Att)||1-3||0-0|
|Defensive / Special Teams TDs||1||0|
|TD||12:35||Ray Rice 13 Yard Run (Steven Hauschka Kick is Good)|
Drive info: 4 plays, 59 yds, 1:34
|TD||12:20||Dawan Landry 48 Yard Interception Return (Steven Hauschka Kick is No Good)|
Drive info: 1 plays, 41 yds, 0:00
|FG||7:25||Steven Hauschka 44 Yard Field Goal is Good|
Drive info: 4 plays, -2 yds, 2:01