CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Browns took a 7-3 lead over the Baltimore Ravens on a 12-yard touchdown run from running back Duke Johnson with 8:12 to play in the first half of their AFC North Division showdown at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Johnson’s touchdown run capped off a five-play drive that travelled 96 yards after the defense came up with a stop of the Ravens on fourth-and-goal from inside Cleveland’s one-yard line.
After the defensive stop, the Browns faced a first-and-10 from their own four-yard line and gave the ball to running back Isaiah Crowell. Despite starting the play five yards deep in the end zone, Crowell took the handoff and burst through the line of scrimmage.
Once Crowell made it through the first wave of defenders, he sprinted down the field for a 59-yard gain, which gave the Browns a first-and-10 from Baltimore’s 37-yard line.