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Ravens vs Browns Final Score: Ravens lose in OT 33-30

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Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

In what has become a joke, the Ravens continued on their inability to stop any passing offense or even hold up for a single drive. Losing to a Josh McCown led Cleveland Browns team, they allowed the Browns to get 457 yards through the air all while making boneheaded plays across the board.

Between the 12 penalties for 98 yards to go with the nearly 500 yards of passing offense they allowed, the offense chose odd moments to sputter and give the ball back to the Browns while taking little to no time off the clock. Even the infallible Justin Tucker was off his game Sunday as he missed a 43-yard field goal that would have been the difference between a win and a loss before going to overtime.

What adds insult to injury are literally the injuries suffered in this loss. While the Ravens were already thin at cornerback and wide receiver, the two positions hit the hardest in this game were the corners and wide receivers. New corner Will Davis went down with an injury while frequent training room member Lardarius Webb sustained a thigh injury and missed extended time. On top of that, Kyle Arrington went down in overtime but walked off under his own power with an undisclosed injury.

As if the injuries to the defensive side of the ball were not enough, the Ravens sustained an ankle injury to running back Justin Forsett and a concussion to rookie wide receiver Darren Waller. Hopefully all the players will be fine both for the long-term and for the short-term as the Ravens could use to be at as full strength as possible moving forward.

Probably the most disappointing loss of the season, I'm not too sure where the Ravens can go on from here in 2015.