DeShone Kizer returns to Browns-Ravens game in third quarter

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While the Ravens didn't enter the history books with a second straight shutout, the defense was again the star, again forcing five turnovers as the Baltimore Ravens opened their home slate.

Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson makes a catch in second quarter against the Cleveland Browns.

Rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer left the Cleveland Browns game against the Baltimore Ravens in the second quarter with a migraine headache.

If Kizer's day is over, the rookie finished with six of 11 passes completed for 81 yards and one interception.

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Seven plays later, former Browns running back Terrance West rushed for a four-yard touchdown, which gave the Ravens a 7-0 lead with 3:56 to play in the first quarter. Allen had a 37-yard run and Flacco threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said following the 24-10 victory that Pro Bowl guard Yanda is out for the National Football League season with a broken ankle.

Joe Flacco doubled his 17 pass attempts from Week 1 in Cincinnati, completing 25/34, good for 217 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception.

NOTES: Ravens CB Brandon Carr made his 146th consecutive start - the longest streak in the National Football League among defensive players.

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