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Ravens...28 Browns...10

September 22, 2008|From the Associated Press

BALTIMORE -- In less than a minute, the Baltimore Ravens scored two touchdowns and further damaged an already agonizing season for the Cleveland Browns.

Baltimore turned two of Derek Anderson's interceptions into a pair of touchdowns during a 50-second span of the third quarter, and the rested Ravens stayed unbeaten with a 28-10 victory.

Ed Reed returned one of the interceptions 32 yards for a score, and Le'Ron McClain scored his first two NFL touchdowns on a pair of one-yard runs -- both during a 21-point third quarter that turned a three-point halftime deficit into a 28-10 lead.

Back from a knee injury, Willis McGahee rushed for 64 yards and a score for the Ravens (2-0), who were forced to take last week off when Hurricane Ike postponed their game at Houston.

Anderson completed 14 for 37 passes for 125 yards, was sacked four times and had three passes intercepted.

Quoteworthy: "I don't know whether we're trying to live on the success we had last year, but it's not working." -- Romeo Crennel, Browns coach

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