Childs Walker, reporter: We’ll be talking about this one for the decades. The Ravens’ playoff hopes seemed on life support on a night that epitomized their entire bizarre season. Their tattered secondary ran out of gas as Baker Mayfield drove the Browns down the field for three touchdowns in the fourth quarter. After three quarters of brilliant running, Lamar Jackson left the field with cramps, the latest injury to devastate the Ravens over the last two months. Marquise Brown dropped a pass from Jackson’s replacement, Trace McSorley, that could have extended a vital fourth-quarter drive. The Ravens built a second-half lead, much as they did in earlier losses to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans. And again, they could not hold it. But then Jackson came running out of the tunnel just as McSorley went down with his own injury. He hit Brown of all people for a miraculous touchdown. After Mayfield answered, he drove the Ravens back into field-goal range, allowing Justin Tucker to do his thing from 55 yards. Instant classic. Playoff hopes alive. What else can you say?