The Browns got off to a great start against the Ravens in Week Two, scoring touchdowns on each of their first three drives to open up a big lead over their mates in the AFC North.
After Corey Coleman’s touchdown catch made it 20-0 in the first quarter, the Browns lined up for an extra point that they hoped would extend that lead. As it turned out, that play would be the start of Baltimore’s comeback.
Ravens defensive lineman Lawrence Guy blocked Patrick Murray’s attempt and the ball found its way into Tavon Young’s hands. Young returned it to the Cleveland end zone, securing two points for the Ravens and sending them on their way to a 25-20 victory.
Guy’s play made him the choice for the AFC special teams player of the week. It’s the first time he’s been so honored, although the blocked kick was the fourth of his NFL career.