The Ravens versus Browns game was not a game to be missed. Filled with enough action and drama to rival all other games so far. In case you missed it, here’s a recap.
Lamar Jackson went to the lockers to find some relief from cramps, running up a silly twitter storm. While he was doing whatever it was to be done, in the locker room his team lost their lead, facing a crucial fourth down and trailed behind by a point. Trace McSorely, backup quarterback, suffered a leg injury. Jackson was sorely missed, and he trotted back to the filed heroically throwing a 44-yard TD pass to Marquise Brown. With their hero QB back in the team, the Ravens had a 42-35 lead.
But the excitement didn’t end. Baker Mayfield decided to emulate Jackson and became a hero for the Browns. He led his team on a 4-play, 75-yard drive. This ended with a TD pass to Karim Hunt that resulted in a tie.
Unfortunately, he gave Jackson enough and more time to get the Ravens into FG position. Justin Tucker brought home a 55-yarder with seven seconds left before the whistle blew, giving them a 3-point lead.
In the final play of the game, the Browns lateraled the ball a couple of times, till it went out of the back of the end zone. This was ruled a safety. Finally, Ravens were given a 47-42 victory.
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