Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens: 5 Things to Watch

Posted September 18, 2017

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. And regardless if it was rookie Deshone Kizer or backup Kevin Hogan at quarterback, it was a fairly lone day for this duo overall.

Cleveland got a spark with Hogan, who completed a 49-yard pass to Seth DeValve with his first attempt.

Kizer struggled in the game, going 15 of 31 for 182 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions.

Kizer was six-of-11 passing for 81 yards with one intercepted pass, and the Browns trailed the Ravens 14-0 in the second quarter.

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

Baltimore will play without the duo for the first time next week when it travels to London to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Ravens' (2-0) takeaways including one end zone pick by Lardarius Webb, in a 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns (0-2). Allen and Jeremy Maclin caught Flacco's touchdown passes. He was acquired as a free agent in the offseason and also had an interception in the opener.