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last time in the regular seasonOn Deck
Denver Broncos (4-3)
Thursday, Nov. 6 (NFL Network) at 8:15 p.m.
Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Denver leads, 15-5.
QB Charlie Frye hooked upwith WR Joe Jurevicius on a nine-yard touch-down pass in the fourth quarter for the Brownslone score as Denver took home a 17-7 deci-sion on Oct. 22, 2006. Frye
nished with 149yards passing (19-of-33), one touchdown andone interception, while his counterpart, QBJake Plummer passed for 209 yards on 20-of-41 passes, one touchdown andtwo interceptions.
Results vs. Baltimore Ravens: Win/Loss Pct.
Regular Season Totals 7-12-0 .368Home 4-5-0 .444Away 3-7-0 .300
Date Win/Loss Score
at Baltimore Ravens 09-26-1999 L 10-17Baltimore Ravens 11-07-1999 L 9-41Baltimore Ravens 10-01-2000 L 0-12at Baltimore Ravens 11-26-2000 L 7-44Baltimore Ravens 10-21-2001 W 24-14at Baltimore Ravens 11-18-2001 W 27-17Baltimore Ravens 10-06-2002 L 21-26at Baltimore Ravens 12-22-2002 W 14-13at Baltimore Ravens 09-14-2003 L 13-33Baltimore Ravens 12-21-2003 L 0-35Baltimore Ravens 09-12-2004 W 20-3at Baltimore Ravens 11-07-2004 L 13-27at Baltimore Ravens 10-17-2005 L 3-16Baltimore Ravens 01-01-2006 W 20-16Baltimore Ravens 09-24-2006 L 14-15at Baltimore Ravens 12-17-2006 L 17-27Baltimore Ravens 09-30-2007 W 27-13at Baltimore Ravens 11-18-2007 W 33-30 (OT)at Baltimore 09-21-2008 L 10-28
Browns-Ravens Series Notes:
• Phil Dawson has missed just two
eld goal attempts in games against theRavens, going 21-of-23.• The Browns have had four 100-yard receiving games against the Ravens, themost recent coming on Sept. 24, 2006, when WR Braylon Edwards had
vecatches for 116 yards.• Current Browns and former Ravens RB Jamal Lewis rushed for 295 yards on30 carries against the Browns on Sept. 14, 2003. His 295 rushing yards nowrank second in NFL history.
RAVENS 28BROWNS 10
September 21, 2008M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Md.
The Ravens used three third quarter touchdowns to put the Browns away 28-10 at M&TBank Stadium. Cleveland got on the board
rst in the second quarter after RB JeromeHarrison found the endzone on a 19-yard pass from QB Derek Anderson. The Ravensevened it up after a 5-yard run by RB Willis McGahee. A 38-yard Phil Dawson
eld goalgave the Browns a 10-7 advantage at the half. In the third stanza, Le’Ron McClain scoredon two 1-yard runs and DB Ed Reed added a 32-yard interception return for a touchdownto account for Baltimore’s scoring. Anderson
nished the contest 14-37 for 125 yardswith one touchdown pass and three interceptions. Raven QB Joe Flacco
nished 13-19for 129 yards and two interceptions. RB Jamal Lewis led Cleveland on the ground with56 yards and WR Braylon Edwards led with 27 yards on three receptions. LB D’QwellJackson and DB Mike Adams each recorded interceptions.
Team 1 2 3 4 Final
Cleveland 0 10 0 0 10Baltimore 0 7 21 0 28
SCORING SUMMARYTeam Q Time Play
Browns 2 14:52
J. Harrison 19 yd. pass from D. Anderson (P. Dawson kick) (7-52, 3:14)
Ravens 2 6:40 W. McGahee 5 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (7-43, 4:15)Browns 2 1:04 P. Dawson 38 yd. Field Goal (13-55, 5:36)Ravens 3 11:13 L. McClain 1 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (4-12, 2:17)Ravens 3 10:23 E. Reed 32 yd. interception return (M. Stover kick)Ravens 3 4:49 L. McClain 1 yd. run (M. Stover kick) (5-35, 3:08)
TEAM STATISTICSCLEBALFIRST DOWNS:
TIME OF POSSESSION:
TOTAL NET YARDS: (Ru/Pa):
169 (70/96) 273 (151/122)
D. Anderson 14-37-125 (TD, 3 INT);
J. Flacco 13-19-129 (2INT)
J. Lewis 12-56, J. Wright 1-11, L. Vickers 1-4, D. Anderson 2-(-1);
L. McClain 17-66-2, W.McGahee 15-64-1, R. Rice 5-21, L. Neal 1-2, J. Flacco 6-(-2)
B. Edwards 3-27, J. Lewis 3-21, L. Vickers 2-21, K. Winlsow 2-14, S.Steptoe 2-6, J. Harrison 1-19-1, J. Cribbs 1-17;
D. Mason 4-42, D. Williams 3-26,T. Heap 2-32, M. Clayton 2-14, W. McGahee 1-11, L. McLain 1-4
D. Jackson 1-16, M. Adams 1-0;
E. Reed 1-32, C. McAl-lister 1-12, S. Rolle 1-2
D. Zastudil 7-301 (43.0);
S. Koch 3-146 (48.7)
J. Cribbs 2-24 (12.0);
J. Leonhard 1-21 (21.0)
J. Cribbs 3-52 (17.3), D. Dinkins 1-11 (11.0), C. Ali 1-10(10.0);
J. Leonhard 3-78 (26.0)