The Baltimore Ravens build an early lead against the Cleveland Browns and never looked back on their way to a 24-10 win. Even with Ray Lewis on the sidelines again, the Ravens had little trouble limiting the threat posed by the Browns' struggling offense. The win also keeps the Ravens in the lead for the AFC North race.
Baltimore's defense limited the Browns to just 233 total yards of offense. They sacked Colt McCoy three times and held Peyton Hillis to just 45 rushing yards. Baltimore's offense got a big game from running back Ray Rice who rushed for 204 yards and scored a touchdown on the way to the win. Ricky Williams also pitched in with 76 yards and a touchdown.
For the Browns, their lone touchdown came on a McCoy pass to tight end Eric Moore. McCoy finished the game with 192 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Peyton Hillis had one 52-yard reception that topped all other Cleveland receiving totals. Rookie defensive end Jabaal Sheard picked up a sack for the third game in a row.