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Ravens 26, Browns 24: Live updates, everything you need to know during game vs. Browns

Welcome to your Ravens-Browns watching companion. Return here throughout Sunday’s 4:25 p.m. game for real-time recaps and analysis.

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Fourth Quarter

Ravens win, 26-24. They're going back to the playoffs. First appearance since 2014. First AFC North crown since 2012. Steelers will watch from home. —Jonas Shaffer


C.J. Mosley saves the Ravens' season. Deflects a pass to himself and makes the interception. —Jonas Shaffer

What a world where Hayden Hurst is making plays and Marlon Humphrey isn't. —Jonas Shaffer

Third Quarter

Marlon Humphrey has ended a few wins this year with big plays. He's kept alive a few Browns drive today with bad plays. —Jonas Shaffer

The Ravens have been terrific at preventing big plays this season. Not today. Their communication on the back end has been sub-par. —Childs Walker

Second Quarter

Lamar Jackson with the hat trick -- three rushing touchdowns. Refs rule he broke the plane with the ball. Upon further review, I don't think he did. —Jonas Shaffer

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There's 6:11 left in the first half here and the Ravens have already rushed for 182 yards. Browns run defense is as advertised. —Peter Schmuck


Kenneth Dixon already has a career high with four carries for 73 yards. His previous best was 59 yards, and that took all four quarters. —Jonas Shaffer

If Browns don't stack the line of scrimmage they can't handle the Ravens up front. The Ravens have already started wearing them down. —Mike Preston

First Quarter

And we have our rookie QB duel here in Baltimore as Lamar Jackson answers Baker Mayfield's TD pass with two sensational runs on Ravens scoring drive. Jackson is the boxer who can't stand to get hit without punching right back. —Childs Walker

Lamar is good throwing passes to the middle of the field, but not going outside from numbers to numbers. —Mike Preston

With a snap on the first play from scrimmage, Terrell Suggs has passed Ray Lewis for the most games played in Ravens franchise history (229). —Jonas Shaffer