“We battled, we came up short and we fought our [tails] off.” — Brandon Weeden
“He battled.” — Pat Shurmur on Weeden
“Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden and his young, inexperienced receivers grew up a lot in Baltimore Thursday night, making the Ravens sweat it out until the last play of the game when they had a chance to tie it.” — Mary Kay Cabot
“Nobody gets more excited about a seven point loss than Browns fans.” — @TheKardiacKid
As happy as folks were to see the NFL referees back on the field last night, Ravens tackle Michael Oher had to be forcibly restrained from dismembering one of them for making a phantom holding call on a 23-yard Ray Rice run with four minutes left that would have iced the game for Baltimore. Until about three minutes after that, with some 30 seconds left in the game, the Ravens did anything but “sweat it out” last night against the Browns.
At least the Plain Dealer got it half right with the headline to Terry Pluto’s game wrap: “Night