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Sunday, September 19, 2016 at FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland, OH) Ravens 25, Browns 20It seemed that the Browns were going to take this game from the Ravens after scoring 20 points in the first quarter, however that was not the case. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and the rest of the Ravens offense fought back, scoring 25 points total. Baltimore’s defense was able to hold Cleveland off for the rest of the game, and Baltimore won 25-20.
Monday, November 30, 2015 at FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland, OH) Ravens 33, Browns 27In this Ravens vs Browns Monday Night Football showdown, the teams were neck and neck. It appeared that Cleveland was going to secure the win with a potential 51-yard game winning field goal, however it was blocked by Brent Urban who then returned it 64 yards for a touchdown, allowing the Ravens to defeat the Browns 33-27.
Sunday October 11, 2015 at MT Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD) Ravens 30, Browns 13In this intense Browns vs Ravens game, the Browns were able to come out on top. Browns quarterback Josh McCown threw a team-record of 457 yards and threw two touchdowns. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco ran two 1-yard touchdowns as well as threw one. The fate of the game came down to overtime, where Cleveland’s Travis Coons was able to successfully kick a 32-yard field goal that would allow the Browns to defeat the Ravens 33-30.