Browns Amazing Comeback Defeat Ravens 33-31: Game Recap 11/12/23

November 12, 2023

Andy Billman

Post-Game Live Recap

3 Things About Browns’ Victory over the Baltimore Ravens

1 – WHAT A WIN!!!


After missing the game-tying extra point, the Browns went on a twelve-play 58-yard drive to set up Hopkins to get the game-winning field goal.


Deshaun Watson had an excellent second half, going 14 for 14 after struggling in the 1st half. Watson ended the game going 20 for 34, 213 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. 


Greg Newsome with the play that changed the game with a pick-six in the 4th quarter that reversed the tide of the game.  Great play by Ogbo Okoronkwo to tip the Lamar Jackson pass in the air allowing Newsome to make the INT. The 34-yard interception was the first in Newsome’s career.


YES!!!!!!! HAHA!!!!  What a win after an awful start to the game. Give the Browns credit; they hung tough when they could have easily quit.

Watson has officially arrived; that was a career game for him in the second half. It was also Head Coach Kevin Stefanski’s best win.  Time to celebrate!! 

Great games from David Njoku, Myles Garrett, Jerome Ford, and many others!!

Game Summary

Dustin Hopkins sealed a thrilling comeback for Cleveland with a 40-yard field goal as time expired, securing a 33-31 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

In the fourth quarter, Cleveland (6-3) faced a 31-17 deficit, but Deshaun Watson orchestrated a comeback, throwing a 10-yard touchdown pass to Elijah Moore with 8:57 left. A pivotal moment came when Greg Newsome II intercepted a pass from Lamar Jackson, returning it 34 yards for a touchdown just 41 seconds later. Despite a missed extra point, Hopkins’ last-minute field goal ensured Cleveland’s triumph.

Watson, despite a rocky start with an intercepted pass returned for a touchdown, finished with 213 passing yards and 37 rushing yards, posing a challenge to Baltimore’s formidable pass rush.

The Ravens (7-3) saw their four-game winning streak snapped, intensifying the competition in the AFC North. Cleveland’s victory narrowed the gap between the two teams in the standings.

The game featured noteworthy defensive plays, with both teams entering the matchup with top-ranked defenses. Early in the game, Kyle Hamilton batted Watson’s pass into the air, allowing Baltimore’s safety to return it 18 yards for a touchdown. Keaton Mitchell, an undrafted rookie, continued his impressive performance from the previous week with a 39-yard touchdown run, giving the Ravens a 14-0 lead.

Despite the Ravens’ 17-9 halftime lead and Odell Beckham Jr.’s 40-yard touchdown reception, the Browns mounted a comeback, scoring on a 3-yard run by Kareem Hunt and a 2-point conversion by Watson to make it 24-17.

The seesaw battle included pivotal moments, such as a fumbled punt by James Proche, leading to a Baltimore possession at the Cleveland 12. Penalties and overturned touchdowns added drama, but the Browns persevered, preventing a series sweep by the Ravens.

The physically demanding game resulted in injuries for both teams, with Cleveland missing both starting tackles and cornerback Denzel Ward leaving with a neck injury. Safety Juan Thornhill also suffered a calf injury for the Browns.

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