Cleveland Browns: DeShone Kizer showed that he's still a rookie

Know your enemy 5 questions about Sunday's game with Ravens Wire

He threw an interception to the Baltimore Ravens' Tyus Bowser, allowing the Ravens to score a touchdown with no time left in the half. Kevin Hogan, a second-year player from Stanford, entered and put orchestrated a scoring drive.

Two plays later, Flacco took a snap on second and six, rolled out to his right and despite the passing lane being clogged with several Browns defenders, fired a nine-yard touchdown pass to running back Javorius Allen for a 14-0 lead.

The Ravens lead the Browns 14-7 with 4:56 left in the second quarter.

The Ravens' defense came up with a big play when Terrell Suggs had a strip sack on Kizer and Matt Judon recovered on the Browns' 33 midway through the opening quarter. It doesn't matter that Andy Dalton hasn't looked like himself or that the Browns continue to do what they're known for.

It was a misunderstanding, I apologise, says woman who slapped Army jawan
Later, Metropolitan Magistrate Lovleen granted bail to the accused Smriti Kalra after she was produced before the court. The complaint said Kalra held the constable by the collar, slapped him and hurled abuses at him.

Kizer was able to drive the offense down the field shortly after his return.

Fans expected some rough play from Kizer, although four turnovers may have been too much to forgive.

Not surprisingly, Kizer threw yet another interception. Being a rookie is clear as day once again this afternoon. But the five turnovers tell the whole story.

The Ravens' (2-0) takeaways including one end zone pick by Lardarius Webb, in a 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns (0-2). Join the Factory of Sadness team!

Related News:

Most liked

Foreign Secretary Johnson breaks ranks with May over Brexit
Mr Johnson has written to Sir David saying he is "surprised and disappointed " about the statistics chief's letter criticising his article.

Defense Secretary James Mattis visits Minot Air Force Base
The visit will be his first trip to Strategic Command ever since being appointed Secretary of Defense. One such enemy that has threatened nuclear war with the USA is of course North Korea.

Kyrgios: "Tomic has lost his way"
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga quickly restored parity in the tie, though, as he thrashed Serbia's Laslo Djere in the second singles rubber. Cheered on by his home crowd, Goffin then went on to seal victory by taking the second and third sets 6-3 and 7-5 respectively.