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Harbaugh doesn't second-guess challenge

In the first quarter of the Ravens' eventual 20-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns Sunday, coach John Harbaugh took a shot at challenging Mohamed Massaquoi's 29-yard touchdown lob to Brian Robiskie, arguing that Robiskie trapped the ball in the end zone.

The play stood as originally called, but Harbaugh said he had no regrets about seeking a reversal.

"It was close enough that we felt like like maybe there's an angle that we haven't seen or they haven't shown on TV or they'll slow it down and there's another angle with a chance to see and they'll overturn it," said Harbaugh, who is now 1-of-9 on challenges this season. "We felt like it was close enough that it was worth taking a shot."

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