Jason Campbell outperforms Joe Flacco as Browns lead Ravens 14-10 at halftime

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Jason Cambell has out-dueled Joe Flacco through one half.

Cleveland Browns quarterback has breathed new life into the team's offense on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

For the second straight week, Campbell has kept the Browns' offense moving. In the first half, despite exiting briefly with an injury, Campbell completed 13 of 19 passes for 142 yards and two touchdowns. Both touchdowns went to wide receiver Devone Bess.

Campbell outperformed Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco for most of the half, though a late touchdown drive helped make his first half stat line look more respectable. He finished the half with 119 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

The Browns still went to intermission with a 14-10 lead. Cleveland's defense was once again tough, despite the late touchdown. The Browns sacked Flacco three times and picked him off once. If the Browns can hold on for the win for the win, it will be their fourth of the season and they will jump the Ravens in the division standings.

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