Ravens Beat Browns

The NFL officials returned Thursday night as the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cleveland Browns 23-16. The Browns fall to 0-4 and have lost 10 straight games, dating back to last season. The Ravens improve to 3-1, and many analysts predict them as super bowl favorites (along with the Texans). Both quarterbacks, Joe Flacco (Ravens) and Brandon Weeden (Browns) threw for over 300 yards.

Josh Cribbs loses his helmet after a hit from Morgan Cox during Thursday’s Ravens-Browns game. Despite playing their fourth game in 18 days, Baltimore defeated Cleveland 23-16. The Browns fell to 0-4 with the loss and remain the only winless team in the AFC. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)<br />
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Bengals Blast Browns

The Cincinnati Bengals took care of the Cleveland Browns 34-24 at Paul Brown Stadium. Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton threw for 318 yards and three touchdowns. Andrew Hawkins, A.J. Green, and Brandon Tate each had a touchdown catch for the Bengals. Adam Jones had an 81 yard punt return for a touchdown to begin the scoring for the Bengals. It is the first game Andy Dalton has had in which the Bengals have scored at least 30 points at home. For the Browns, Trent Richardson had one rushing touchdown. Quarterback Brandon Weeden threw for 322 yards and two touchdowns.

Dalton's 3 TDs lead Bengals over Browns 34-27