Defense Leads Again As Ravens Beat Browns, 24-10, In Home Opener

Posted September 18, 2017

The Baltimore Ravens' win over the Cleveland Browns was a costly one as Marshal Yanda suffered a season-ending ankle injury.

So why was Kizer allowed to return to the game despite his migraine?

Kizer returned in the third quarter, but could not lead a comeback.

As he has on most of his meetings with quarterbacks behind the line of scrimmage throughout his prolific career, Suggs got the best of Kizer and forced a fumble on the sack that the Ravens recovered at Cleveland's 33-yard line.

Emmys 2017 red carpet
The only catch is, you have to be a subscriber of the network's own streaming platform, CBS All Access , in order to watch it. While there are a few hours to go, we are here to guide you how to watch the Emmys live on television or online.

Catalonia Begins Independence Campaign as Spanish Government Threatens Crackdown
This new system will allow the Spanish state to "replace the region for the majority of essential spending", he added. The state prosecutor has called for the mayors to be arrested if they fail to comply with the summons.

North Korea warns USA of 'greatest pain and suffering' over new sanctions
Peru's envoy, Maria Antonia Masana Garcia, said North Korea's ambassador to her country would be considered persona non grata. Geng said that China "hopes that the contents of Resolution 2375 can be implemented in a comprehensive and complete manner".

A replay review confirmed the call of touchdown, and the Ravens took a 21-7 lead into the halftime break.

Cleveland had four penalties last week in the opener against Pittsburgh. Kizer went 12/25 for 163 yards and three interceptions.

Ravens running back Terrance West opened the scoring for Baltimore in the first quarter with a 4-yard touchdown run and kicker Justin Tucker rounded things out with a 28-yard field goal with 14:56 left in the fourth quarter. Hogan was 5 of 11 for 118 yards, a touchdown and an interception. The drive ended with a 23-yard TD throw to rookie David Njoku. That was the first points Baltimore allowed this season.