Browns QB Brady Quinn attempted just one pass of over 15 yards before being yanked from Sunday’s 34-3 loss.
After replacing Quinn, QB Derek Anderson was picked off on his third pass of the game.
Browns RB Jerome Harrison was the club’s only effective offensive player Sunday, generating 85 yards on 19 touches.
Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun notes that Cleveland would’ve lost Sunday even if they were playing two-hand touch; the Ravens were untouched on all four of their touchdowns.
Ravens RB Ray Rice’s score was the first of his career.
The Ravens scored points on four of their five first-half possessions.
They also generated a whopping 7.3 yards per offensive play, compared to Cleveland’s 3.6 average.
Baltimore has long been known for its stingy defense, but so far its offense is among the best in team history.