Yes, the Browns only put up 16 points, but rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden had some success through the air, something that's becoming a recurring theme for quarterbacks facing Baltimore's defense. Weeden completed just 25 of his 52 pass attempts, and he didn't throw a touchdown, but he did finish with 320 yards. He's the third quarterback in as many games to eclipse 300 yards against the Ravens. Weeden's numbers could've been even better, too, if not for some drops by his wide receivers, most notably second-year player Greg Little. It should be noted, though, that Baltimore's cornerbacks actually played pretty well Thursday night with the exception of Little's 43-yard catch on Cary Williams during the second quarter. Aside from Little's big gain, most of Weeden's numbers came from check-downs to running back Trent Richardson and short passes to tight end Ben Watson.