Monday Night Football has put on several classics over the years, Chiefs-Rams 2018, Saints-Texans 2019 and most recently Ravens-Browns in 2020. A spectacle filled with drama, the Browns late game comeback push, Lamar Jackson leaving the game and an injury to Trace McSorley which led to the triumphant return of Lamar. The Baltimore Ravens ended up defeating the Cleveland Browns, 47-42.
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The Ravens stuck to what they were good at and ran the ball down the Browns’ throats all game until the final drive. Lamar, who had completed only a handful of passes in the game, came back out from the locker room, in relief of an injured Trace McSorley, and immediately threw a 44 yard touchdown to Marquise Brown to put the Ravens up 42-35. Baker Mayfield and the Browns came marching back down the field and answered with a touchdown of their own to tie it at 42-42 with 1:04 left in the game. Kareem Hunt‘s touchdown scamper ended up leaving too much time on the clock for Jackson and the Ravens. A 55-yard field goal attempt by Justin Tucker was up and good with no icing attempt from Kevin Stefanski and the Browns sideline. The final play on the kickoff was an utter disaster as it ended up costing the Browns another two points and several bettors quite a bit of money as the Ravens ended up covering.
The Browns look to bounce back next week as they travel to MetLife Stadium and match up against the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football.