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Browns 5 Most All-Time Memorable Wins Against the Ravens

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5. Browns 27, Ravens 13, Sept. 30, 2007 at Cleveland

The Browns led 14-0 as they scored the first two times they had the football: first, on Derek Anderson’s 2-yard pass to Joe Jurevicius, and then on Anderson’s connection with Braylon Edwards on a deep route for 78 yards.

Anderson, making his third start after replacing Charlie Frye during a 34-7 season-opening loss to Pittsburgh, finished 10-of-18 for 204 yards. Edwards had three catches for 97 yards and Kellen Winslow four for 96. The Browns defense allowed 418 yards and 26 first downs, but Baltimore turned the ball over twice and missed two field goals.

Both teams became 2-2.

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Mike Peticca covered the Indians and Cavaliers for The Associated Press from 1976 to 1998 and the Browns from 1976 to 1995. The Akron native doubled as a Plain Dealer sports writer for several years, and then covered high school, college and professional teams for The PD until 2013. He is a longtime baseball Hall of Fame voter.

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