Browns Lost On Blocked Field Goal With No Time Left

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Nov 30, 2015; Cleveland, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine shake hands after the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday Superlatives

Player of the Game: Will Allen, Baltimore Ravens

In a game that didn’t feature a major break out star or performance, it was Will Allen that provided the defining moment of the night, returning defensive end Brent Urban‘s blocked kick 61 yards for the game winning touchdown, crushing the spirits of the Browns faithful in First Energy Stadium.

Play of the Game: Will Allen’s Blocked Field Goal Return for TD

Just read the above. At this point, there’s little more to say about the game ending return.

Under the Radar Player of the Game: Kamar Aiken

For an offense missing multiple starters and trotting out Schaub at quarterback, it was Aiken that provided the Raven offense with a spark. 6 catches for 80 yards and a score later, Aiken kept the Raven offense moving just enough to hold a lead right until the end. Without his big plays, the Ravens likely are on the wrong end of another close game.

Next: The Loss By The Numbers