The Browns take on the Chicago Bears in Week 16.
Cleveland is still looking for their first win.
Maclin caught one pass for 22 yards in the first half and did not play after that. Josh Gordon and Corey Coleman have combined for only three catches for 34 yards. The Ravens hadn't given up more than 80 rushing yards in six straight games, but the Browns had 91 on the drive. Running back Isaiah Crowell slammed through a hole at left guard for 59 yards on the first play after the turnover on downs. Johnson and Kizer chipped away at the stingy Ravens' defense for a few more before Johnson found the end zone on a 12-yard run.
On first-and-goal from the 4, Joe Flacco ran for 3 yards.
And while the Browns survived Kizer's first interception without surrendering any points, they weren't as fortunate on the second turnover.
Safety Anthony Levine recovered a Duke Johnson fumble at the Cleveland 45 with less than two minutes remaining in the second quarter and the Ravens took another Browns misstep and turned it into points. Flacco's 33-yard touchdown pass to tight end Ben Watson gave the Ravens a 17-7 lead.
A 43-yard field goal by Justin Tucker in the final seconds of the third quarter made the score 27-10.
Kizer was stripped in the end zone by Za'Darius Smith and the loose ball was pounced on by Williams, who shimmied his 340-pound frame across the goal line. The ball rolled over the goal line, but Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams dived on it and then got it back over the line for a touchdown.
To some that may be a surprise, but each of Baltimore's last four games in Cleveland have been decided by one possession.