The Baltimore Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns, 25-20, on Sunday in Cleveland. Here are 5 Ruth’s Chris Sizzling Stats that defined the game -- and beyond.
1) 2nd -- Where Sunday’s comeback ranks among comebacks in franchise history. After going down 20-0, Baltimore scored 25 unanswered points to win the game. The largest comeback in Ravens history was a 21-point comeback victory over Arizona in 2011, per ESPN.
2) 102 -- Receiving yards for tight end Dennis Pitta, his most since Dec. 16, 2012. In that game, he caught 10 pass for 125 yards and 2 TDs vs. Denver. Pitta missed the entire 2015 and played in only seven games in 2013 and 2014 combined.
3) 10 -- Total tackles by Zachary Orr, the most on the Baltimore defense Sunday. He had 22 total tackles in 16 games last season.
4) 3 -- The number of touchdowns wide receiver Mike Wallace has through three games, his highest total through three games since 2012. For comparison’s sake, Wallace had two touchdowns all of last season.
5) 2009 -- The last time Baltimore started 2-0, per ESPN. The Ravens started that season 3-0 and finished 9-7. They beat New England in the Wild Card round of the playoffs before losing to Indianapolis.