Browns lose heartbreaker, fall to 0-3

After building a 14-3 lead at the end of the first half, things were looking bright for the winless Browns as it looked like they might come out of Cleveland Browns Stadium with their first win of the season. However, as the Browns were driving at the end of the fourth quarter, a key turnover in the end zone gave the Ravens life and enabled them to comeback and win 15-14 on a Matt Stover field goal. The Browns were able to get some big plays in the first half. Braylon Edwards hauled in a 58-yard touchdown pass and Charlie Frye had his third consecutive running touchdown for the Browns’ two scores. That would be it for the Browns’ offense as it stalled in the second half until the second to last drive.

The Browns had the ball and a slim lead within the Ravens’ 5-yard line with the fourth quarter ticking away. With a decent running game, they could have took time off the clock and just pound it in the endzone but were forced to throw it and an interception cost them a chance at putting the game out of reach.

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