The Cleveland Browns are playing for pride, but things aren't exactly conveying that message thus far. Baltimore immediately picked off Seneca Wallace in the first, and turned that into seven points with an Ed Dickson touchdown pass. Then, the Browns were forced to punt after Seneca Wallace was sacked big time, and the Ravens turned that into a 48 yard field goal.
With their first possession of the second quarter, Baltimore drove nine plays, going 82 yards in under five minutes, finishing off with a beautiful touchdown pass from Joe Flacco to Ray Rice for 42 yards. Flacco dropped the ball into Rice's hands perfectly, it was caught in stride and the Ravens were suddenly leading big time.
Seneca Wallace hasn't been playing too poorly, but he's got that interception with no touchdowns. He's throwing nine of 16. The only good part right now is the fact that Peyton Hillis has 68 yards through one half against a tough Ravens defense, off of 15 carries. Cleveland will have to change a lot heading into the third quarter if they want to get back in this one.