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Browns-Ravens Post Game Notes

·         On his first career passing attempt, wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi connected with wide receiver Brian Robiskie for a 29-yard touchdown. The play marked the first touchdown pass by a non-quarterback for the Browns since 2002, when wide receiver Kevin Johnson found wide receiver Quincy Morgan for a 33-yard score against Kansas City on September 8. It was the seventh time in team history that a wide receiver has thrown a touchdown pass for the Browns.

·         Robiskie hauled in two passes for 35 yards with a touchdown. Over the last two games, he has totaled seven receptions for 117 yards with two touchdowns.

·         Rookie defensive back Joe Haden recorded his team-leading sixth interception of the season. His six interceptions are the most by a Brown since Leigh Bodden recorded six in 2007 and the most by a Browns rookie since Anthony Henry notched 10 in 2001.  Haden is now tied with Ken Gorgal and Bert Rechicar for the fourth most in a single-season by a Browns rookie.

·         Haden also notched his first career sack and forced fumble while adding five tackles.

·         Cleveland has shut out its opponent in the first quarter of each of the last four games as the Browns have allowed a league-low 26 first quarter points all season. Cleveland has outscored its opponents 77-26 in the opening frame this year.

·         Rookie defensive back T.J. Ward recorded two tackles and leads the club with 98 on the season. The last rookie to lead the Browns in tackles was linebacker Wali Rainer in 1999.

·         Ward also leads the club with 18 special teams tackles. No player has led the Browns in both defensive and special teams tackles since their return in 1999.

·         With one reception today, running back Peyton Hillis has recorded 60 this season, which ranks as the sixth-most in a single-season by a Browns running back. Greg Pruitt holds the team record for catches by a running back with 65 set in 1981.

·         The Browns were called for two penalties today and have registered just 36 in their last 10 contests (3.6 average).

·         With three punts today, Reggie Hodges registered two inside the 20 yard line with no touchbacks. He has 29 punts inside the 20 this season and over the last 10 games, he has totaled 21 punts with no touchbacks. His last touchback came in Week 5 against Atlanta on October 10.

·         Rookie defensive lineman Travis Ivey made his NFL debut starting at left end.

·         Defensive back Sheldon Brown has appeared in all 143 regular season games in his career, which began with Philadelphia in 2002. His streak is the second-longest among all active defensive backs, trailing only Tampa Bay’s Ronde Barber.

·         Offensive lineman Joe Thomas has started all 63 career games at left tackle and has not missed an offensive snap since joining the Browns as the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.


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One Response to “Browns-Ravens Post Game Notes”

  1. Dan B. says:

    What, nobody calling for Colt’s head? You all pleasantly suprise me. The Kid had a bad game, but I won’t put all of it on him. Mo M, maybe if you look back at the ball sooner you could make a play on it just like the DB. All three interceptions were going to MO M and at no point in any of the three was he looking for the ball and all three he did not make a play for the ball because he didn’t see it.

    Granted Colt could have put a bit more on it but Mo HAS to start making a play and go for the balls thrown to him. Dabol has got to go, and what the –ll was that lack of urgency at the end of the half? Do the Browns have a two minute offense? That is two weeks in a row that their clock management was horrendous. All season when the clock is down, there never seems to be any sense of urgency, but the last two weeks it has been glaringly apparent!

    Keep Mangini, get rid of Mangini, who knows? Give him one more year, or start ALL OVER AGAIN with yet ANOTHER HC? I don’t know, I don’t know if Holmgren knows, just tired of being the joke of the league!

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