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It's a world of hurt in Ravens' victory : BALTIMORE 16 CLEVELAND 0

November 17, 2009|Associated Press

CLEVELAND — Even after Baltimore had punished Brady Quinn, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis got in one more vicious hit on Cleveland's quarterback.

Angered over Quinn's questionable chop block on Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs following an interception, Lewis accused Quinn of a dirty play.

"Heck, yeah, it was a cheap shot," Lewis snapped after Baltimore rocked Cleveland, 16-0, on Monday. "I want to see if he gets the same fine I got or even higher. Now this man is out four or five weeks because of some baloney like that."

For 30 minutes, the Ravens (5-4) were inefficient, unproductive and disorganized.

In 17 seconds, they changed all that.

Ray Rice scored on a 13-yard run on Baltimore's first possession of the third quarter and safety Dawan Landry returned an interception of Quinn 48 yards for a touchdown on Cleveland's next play as the Ravens overcame a horrendous start and routed the hapless Browns (1-8).

The game also included two plays that could force the league to hand out fines, and it ended with Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs being carried from the field on a stretcher following another nasty hit. He was taken to a hospital for tests. Cleveland Coach Eric Mangini said Cribbs was transported as a precaution.

"He's got feeling and movement in all parts of his body," Mangini said.

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