McCown sets mark in Browns victory
BALTIMORE — It took a prolonged performance of historic proportions for the Browns to finally win at Baltimore.
Former Buc Josh McCown threw for a team-record 457 yards and Travis Coons hit a 32-yard field goal in overtime to lead the Browns to a victory. Cleveland had lost 13 of the previous 14 meetings in this AFC North rivalry and hadn't beaten the Ravens on the road since 2007 — a game that also ended 33-30 in overtime.
"A little closer than you'd like," McCown said of the win, "but the outcome certainly was fitting and we'll take it."
Playing its second straight OT game, Baltimore went three-and-out on the first possession after regulation. McCown then drove the Browns 51 yards to set up the winner, breaking the team record of 444 yards passing set by Brian Sipe on Oct. 25, 1981, against the Baltimore Colts.