- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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CLEVELAND -- Browns starting quarterback Brady Quinn went from a non-eventful first half to an eventful third quarter. But the exciting plays Quinn was involved in weren’t good ones for the Browns.
Quinn has two interceptions in the third quarter that led to nine second-half points. Baltimore currently leads 16-0.
Both of Quinn’s throws were off and landed into the hands of Ravens’ defensive backs. The first was thrown to Baltimore safety Dawan Landry in stride and the second was deflected and interception by Chris Carr.
Cleveland’s play calling continues to be conservative despite trailing by double-digits in the second half. Fans are starting to exit the stadium and the ones still here are restless.
17hJason Gibbs, Special to ESPN.com
1dJason Gibbs, Special to ESPN.com