Terrell Suggs

First-place Ravens flourish at expense of winless Browns

Just two weeks ago, the Baltimore Ravens had lost four straight and were working on their second offensive coordinator of the season.

Now they're alone in first place in the AFC North and coming off their most lopsided victory in two years.

After the Ravens (5-4) used an impressive second half to roll past the winless Cleveland Browns 28-7 on Thursday night, Joe Flacco took stock of the situation and smiled.

"It feels good. It's Thursday night and we've got the weekend off," the quarterback said. "It's a lot of fun being part of winning football. It's one of the toughest things to do in the world, to win a game in the NFL."

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