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Trickeration helps Browns take early lead

The Browns pulled a sneaky play out of their bag of tricks to take a seven-point lead over the Ravens midway through the first quarter.

On 1st and 10 from the Ravens' 29-yard line, the Browns put backup quarterback (and backup wide receiver) Seneca Wallace under center. He took the shotgun snap and handed the ball to running back Peyton Hillis, who flipped the ball to Mohamed Massaquoi as the receiver ran left to right on an end-around.

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Massaquoi uncorked a pretty respectable throw to the corner of the end zone, and fellow wideout Brian Robiskie sprawled out to make the touchdown catch in front of Ravens cornerback Chris Carr.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh challenged the catch, but the play was upheld.

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Maybe Harbaugh just wanted to watch the crazy play on the big screen a couple more times. I wouldn't blame him for it. It was pretty sweet.

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