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Ravens tie briefly, Browns regain lead on field goal

The Ravens went with the offensive game plan that worked so well against Cincinnati in Week 1 on their second-quarter scoring drive relying on early-down runs and safe medium-range passing from Flacco. It also didn't hurt that the Ravens started from the Browns' 43-yard line after a good defensive stand and a poor Cleveland punt by Dave Zastudil that went just 31 yards.

Flacco completed a third-down 15-yard pass to Derrick Mason that put the ball on the 28-yard line and Le'Ron McClain ran 17 yards to take the ball inside the 5-yard line. Willis McGahee scored on a 5-yard run as Baltimore tied the score, 7-7.

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The Browns then pecked away at a 55-yard drive that produced a 38-yard field goal by Phil Dawson and a 10-7 Cleveland lead with just over a minute left in the first half.


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