Lamar Jackson overcame convulsions and defended Brown’s team to lead the visiting Ravens to a 47-42 win over Brown in the “Monday Night Football” match. Jackson, who temporarily left the game in the fourth quarter, designed two late installments to score after returning to the game. A touchdown pass from 44 yards to the Marquis Brown gave the Ravens a temporary lead. The four goals he completed on his last trip in Baltimore set up a field goal for Justin Tucker and he got 55 yards two seconds before the end.
With the win, Baltimore swept the season series against Cleveland while improving to 8-5 in the season. The crows survive in the AFC supplement picture, while Brown (9-4) failed to gain ground on 11-2 Steelers for first place in AFC North.
Both teams scored touchdowns in their inaugural leadership. Nick Chubb capped off Braun’s 81-yard lead with 7 yards. Lamar Jackson’s five-yard run ended after six minutes of Baltimore’s 73-yard trip. Midway through the second quarter, Gus Edwards ’11-yard track gave the Ravens’ landing their first lead. However, Baltimore’s lead was short-lived, with Brown leveling the score at 14 yards from Chubb in the Cleveland attacking possession that followed.
Jackson’s 44-yard run restarted Edwards’ 19-yard landing less than three minutes into the third quarter. After Karim Hunt reached five yards, temporarily reducing Ravens’ lead to eight points, intercepting Tyus Bowser to Mayfield sent JK Dobbins in one yard, as Baltimore advanced 34-20 in the fourth quarter.
Cleveland gathered in the fourth quarter. They made it a six-point match on Mayfield’s 21-yard pass to Richard Higgins in fourth play less than two minutes into the quarter. Brown then took the lead on their next holdings, with Mayfield himself holding the score of five yards.
Jackson, who missed nearly two entire series of spasms, threw the touchdown pass to Brown in his first match of the game in fourth place. Jackson’s brilliance was soon met by Mayfield, who equalized the score with a 22-yard throw for Hunt before 1:04 from left. Brown eventually left plenty of time for Jackson, who completed four times the 38-yard Tucker field goal.
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