Monday, November 16, 2009
Ravens score first (and second)
By James Walker
CLEVELAND -- The scoring drought is over.
Baltimore Ravens tailback Ray Rice rushed for a 13-yard touchdown to take a 7-0 lead over the Cleveland Browns. Both teams played an ugly first half of scoreless football.
There was some confusion on defense from the Browns as players were out of position on the scoring play. Head coach Eric Mangini and defensive coordinator Rob Ryan were discussing what happened to try to get some answers.
On Cleveland's next offensive play, quarterback Brady Quinn threw a pick-six to Ravens safety Dawan Landry to give Baltimore a 13-0 lead. The extra point attempt failed for Baltimore.