Baltimore Ravens

Ravens Muster 4th Quarter Comeback to Beat Browns, 25-15

After blowing a 14-point lead and falling a point behind the Browns, the Ravens managed to muster a fourth quarter comeback and overtake Cleveland with a final score of 25-15. With 4:26 left in the game, Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw a 19-yard pass to WR Torrey Smith, who spun around Browns CB Joe Haden before running into the end zone. Flacco then added the two-point conversion when he found WR Anquan Boldin open in the end zone. This gave the Ravens a comfortable 7-point lead at 22-15, forcing the Browns to attempt a touchdown with 3:53 remaing. Unfortunately for Cleveland, QB Brandon Weeden's pass to WR Greg Little fell incomplete and possession was returned to the Ravens, who sealed their victory with a 43-yard field goal from kicker Justin Tucker. With this win, the Ravens record rises to 6-2, while the Browns remain at the bottom of the AFC North with a 2-7 record. The Ravens return home to M&T Bank Stadium for their next game, when they play the Oakland Raiders on November 11th. If you are looking for tickets and parking passes to the next Ravens game, check out these great deals on Baltimore Ravens vs. Oakland Raiders tickets, available from our resale ticket partners at Maxim Tickets.

Despite crossing Baltimore's 20-yard line five times, the Browns were unable to execute a touchdown in last Sunday's game and all fifteen of their points came from kicker Phil Dawson's five field goals. This victory was the Ravens tenth straight win against the Browns and their eleventh straight win against an AFC North opponent. The Browns and the Ravens have developed an especially antagonistic divisional rivalry over the years, due to the Browns staff and players being moved to Baltimore to create the Ravens in 1996. Whether you are a fan of the Browns or the Ravens, PSL Source can help you find the perfect PSL for your favorite team. Browse our wide selection of discount Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens PSLs and find your perfect seat today!