NFL Week 16 Scores And Results: Ravens Thank Browns For Four Turnovers, Win 20-10

Cleveland Browns QB Colt McCoy hasn’t played like a rookie all that much this year, or at least like a Browns rookie. Or a Browns quarterback in general. Entering today he’d only thrown one interception since his week six debut, but a triple-turnover day against the Baltimore Ravens makes his 2010 stat sheet look quite a bit more rookie-ish.

The Browns actually outgained the Ravens, as Baltimore appeared content to just let short runs by Ray Rice define the bulk of its offense. Rice carried 25 times for 92 yards, making him today’s box score star by quite a distance.

Ravens WRs Derrick Mason and T.J. Houshmandadeh caught touchdowns, as did Browns WR Brian Robiskie on a pass from fellow WR Mohamed Massaquoi.

The 11-4 Ravens are in the thick of things in the AFC with the Cincinnati Bengals up next, while the 5-10 Browns get to try and play spoiler against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

For more on this game, join Baltimore Beatdown and Dawgs By Nature.

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