Browns-Ravens Postgame Notes

Posted Nov 3, 2013

Here are the postgame notes from the Cleveland Browns' 24-18 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

The Browns beat the Ravens for the first time since a 33-30 overtime victory at Baltimore on Nov. 18, 2007, snapping an 11-game skid.

With a 4-5 record, the Browns are off to their best start through nine games since 2007, when the team opened 5-4.

For the fifth time in the past six seasons, the Browns faced the defending Super Bowl champions. Cleveland has now topped the Super Bowl champion from the previous season four times during that span.

QB Jason Campbell completed 23 of 35 passes (65.7 percent) for 262 yards with three touchdowns, zero interceptions and a 116.6 rating. The three touchdown passes tied a career-high (vs. Philadelphia Nov. 11, 2007 and vs. New Orleans Dec. 6, 2009). Campbell surpassed 15,000 career passing yards and now has 15,243.

Campbell joins Derek Anderson (2007) as the only Browns quarterbacks since 1999 to register a rating of 100-plus in back-to-back games.

Campbell has not thrown an interception all season, extending his overall streak to 90 passing attempts without an interception. His last interception came at San Francisco on Nov. 19 2012, as a member of the Chicago Bears.

WR Davone Bess recorded three receptions for 24 yards and two touchdowns, his first career multiple-touchdown game. In addition to his two scores, his other reception was for three yards on a fourth-and-one in the fourth quarter with 3:12 remaining, extending a drive which resulted in a field goal.

WR Greg Little recorded a career-high seven receptions for 122 yards, his second career 100-yard game. He registered a career-high 131 receiving yards at Arizona on Dec. 18, 2011.

The Browns have three players (Little, Gordon and Cameron) with 100-yard receiving games in a season for the first time since 2005, when four players (Frisman Jackson, Braylon Edwards, Steve Heiden and Antonio Bryant) accomplished the feat.

The Browns registered five sacks to increase their season total to 31. Cleveland has had a sack by 15 players this season and multiple sacks by 11 players (LB Barkevious Mingo 4.0, DL Desmond Bryant 3.5, LB Craig Robertson 3.0, LB Paul Kruger 2.5, DB Chris Owens 2.5, LB Jabaal Sheard 2.5, DL Armonty Bryant 2.0, LB Quentin Groves 2.0, DL Phil Taylor 2.0, LB D’Qwell Jackson 1.5 and DB T.J. Ward 1.5).

The Browns have registered 11 sacks in their last two games, their highest two-game total since 2001 (seven vs. Baltimore on Oct. 21 and five at Chicago on Nov. 4).

The Browns and Houston Texans (who play Indianapolis Sunday night) are the only NFL teams to have not allowed a 100-yard rusher or a 300-yard passer in a game this season.

DB Joe Haden recorded his first interception of the season and 10th of his career.

TE Jordan Cameron recorded one reception and leads the team this season with 50. His reception total is tied for the fourth most by a Browns player in the first nine games of a season, and his 600 receiving yards are the fourth most by a Browns tight end in in the first nine games of a season.


1. Kellen Winslow (2006)-56

2. Ozzie Newsome (1984)-53

     Mac Speedie (1952)-53

4. Jordan Cameron (2013)-50

    Ozzie Newsome (1983)-50

6. Ozzie Newsome (1982)-49


1. Kellen Winslow (2007)-703

2. Ozzie Newsome (1981)-642

3. Ozzie Newsome (1982)-633

4. Jordan Cameron (2013)-600

5. Ozzie Newsome (1984)-580

TE Gary Barnidge recorded his first touchdown as a member of the Browns on a 4-yard third-quarter catch.

LT Joe Thomas extended his consecutive-snaps streak to 6,444, the longest active stretch in the league. Thomas has started all 105 games and hasn’t missed an offensive play since being selected by the Browns with the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.

C Alex Mack has started and played in each of the first 73 games of his career. He hasn’t missed an offensive snap during his career, a stretch of 4,519 plays.

K Billy Cundiff connected on a 22-yard field goal. He is 13 for 15 on the season and has made his last nine attempts. He has been perfect on field-goal attempts in eight of the team’s nine games.

The Browns lost their first offensive fumble in the second quarter. The team has also lost two on muffed punts this season.

WR Armanti Edwards made his Browns debut and recorded one reception for 10 yards and two punt returns for 14 yards (7.0 avg.).

The Browns scored in all four quarters for the first time since a 30-7 win against Kansas City on Dec. 9, 2012.

Cleveland allowed a season-low 4.1 yards per play (67 plays, 278 yards).

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