DeShone Kizer Exits Game Due to Migrane, Kevin Hogan Stars At Quarterback

Posted September 18, 2017

Terrance West added one rushing touchdown, but Javorius Allen led the rushing attack with 14 attempts good for 66 yards.

Kizer struggled in the game, going 15 of 31 for 182 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions.

To say the Baltimore Ravens have enjoyed the time they have spent with the Cleveland Browns is an understatement. Benjamin Watson was Flacco's most reliable target, hauling in eight catches for 91 yards.

Flacco completed 25 of 34 pass attempts for 217 yards and an interception.

So why was Kizer allowed to return to the game despite his migraine?

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Kevin Hogan relieved Kizer and led the Browns on a 5-play, 83-yard drive capped by a 23-yard touchdown to rookie tight end David Njoku to make it 14-7.

On his second play Hogan threw a 49-yard completion to Seth DeValve.

The Ravens' (2-0) takeaways including one end zone pick by Lardarius Webb, in a 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns (0-2). The Browns had four in the first quarter in Baltimore.

NOTES: Ravens CB Brandon Carr made his 146th consecutive start - the longest streak in the National Football League among defensive players.