Regardless of how much both teams seemed to want to give it to the other one, the Browns just had to lose it in the most Browns way possible.
BLOCK THAT KICK. BLOCK THAT KICK. https://t.co/Qw8jZxh88m— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) December 1, 2015
Brent Urban, in his first action as a pro, extended his arms and got his hand on the game winning field goal attempt, knocking it over to safety Will Hill. Hill displayed great footwork to keep himself in bounds and run 64-yards down the field for a touchdown, securing the Ravens 4th victory this season and the first back-to-back wins of 2015.
Urban had just been activated five days ago to the active roster after spending the first 11 weeks of the season on the injured reserve - designated to return list after tearing his biceps muscle in training camp. The second-year player would have been a factor as a rookie, but tore his ACL in training camp, ending his season early and disappointing coaches.
I knew that Urban would be a major factor on this team moving forward as his 6-foot-7 frame and 35-inch long arms allow him to completely block throwing and apparently kicking lanes. If he can mature as a pass rusher, the Ravens look like they'll have a seriously dominant player on their hands. At the very least, you can be sure that he'll be on every field goal defensive unit from here on out.