Chubb Has Career Day, Browns Wallop Ravens 40-25

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Baltimore, MD -- The Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens battled for first place in the AFC North Division on Sunday afternoon. After a tight-knit first half in which the Browns carried a 3-point lead into halftime, the road underdogs came out firing on all cylinders in the second half. The Browns offense exploded for 30 points in the final two quarters as the Browns poured it on in Baltimore, defeating the Ravens by the final score of 40-25.

After getting off to a rather slow start, the Cleveland Browns offense was full-go against the Ravens on Sunday afternoon. Mayfield lit up the Baltimore defense with 342 passing yards and a touchdown, and Browns' bell cow running back Nick Chubb ran for 165 total yards, including an 88-yard score in the fourth quarter.

Nick Chubb finished the game with 168 total yards and three scores, becoming the first Browns running back with 160 yards rushing and three rushing touchdowns since Jerome Harrison against the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2009 season.

While Odell Beckham Jr had a quiet game receiving against the Ravens secondary, Jarvis Landry could not be stopped. Landry roped in eight catches for 167 yards before being taken out of the game due to a suspected concussion. Landry came into Sunday's game ranked 147th in the NFL in receptions per target, the fiery wide receiver started the game with 5 catches on 7 targets for 117 yards. This was the first game in Cleveland Browns History where they had a 300-yard passer, 150-yard rusher, and a 150-yard receiver.

Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Steve Wilks had a phenomenal game plan set up to stop the dangerous Ravens offense, as the Browns defense forced three turnovers against a Ravens offense that came into Week 4 with a league-best 0 turnovers.

After overtaking the Ravens for the top spot in the AFC North Division, the Cleveland Browns will prepare for the San Francisco 49ers. The Browns will take on the 49ers on Monday Night Football in Week 5, kickoff set for 8:15 pm ET at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Check out highlights from today's win below!

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