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    [2015] Week #12 - MNF

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    Cleveland Browns (4-5) at Baltimore Ravens (5-4)

    Cleveland Browns (4-5) at Baltimore Ravens (5-4)

    Baltimore, MD - 43 F and Sunny

    First Quarter

    • Booker T. Washington, 9 yd TD run - 8:22 (0-7) (BAL)
    • Don Williams, 3 yd TD run - 3:32 (7-7) (CLE)

    Second Quarter

    • Reggie Watkins to Scott Howard, 14 yd TD pass - 12:07 (7-14) (BAL)
    • Alexander Williams to Ray Lee Marconi, 10 yd TD pass - 5:50 (14-14) (CLE)
    • James Harris, 24 yd FG - 2:43 (14-17) (BAL)
    • Nate Steed, INT return for 7 yards - 1:55 (BAL)
    • James Harris, missed 43 yd FG - 0:00 (BAL)

    Third Quarter

    • Alexander Williams to Jack Stewart, 8 yd TD pass - 7:33 (21-17) (CLE)
    • Reggie Watkins to Scott Howard, 9 yd TD pass - 3:50 (21-24) (BAL)
    • Lloyd Williams, 48 yd FG - 0:03 (24-24) (CLE)

    Fourth Quarter

    • No events.

    Overtime (1st)

    • Frank Lee, fumble recovery - 5:13 (BAL)

    FINAL SCORE: (4-5-1) Cleveland 24-24 Baltimore (5-4-1)

     

    Leaders

     

    Passing

    Reggie Watkins, BAL, 12 of 18 for 193 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT

    Alexander Williams, CLE, 11 of 16 for 154 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT

     

    Rushing

    Don Williams, CLE, 19 for 103 yards, 1 TD

    Booker T. Washington, BAL, 18 for 74 yards, 1 TD

    Alexander Williams, CLE, 6 for 23 yards, 0 TD

     

    Receiving

    Scott Howard, BAL, 4 for 53 yards, 2 TD

    Ray Lee Marconi, CLE, 2 for 38 yards, 1 TD

    Jack Stewart, CLE, 2 for 34 yards, 0 TD

    Paul Howell, BAL, 2 for 30 yards, 0 TD

    Sam Salaam, BAL, 2 for 27 yards, 0 TD

    Ralph Wells, CLE, 1 for 18 yards, 0 TD

     

    Defense

    Nate Steed, BAL, 1 INT, 2 Tackles

    Tyrone Jones, BAL 9 Tackles

    Mark Brown, CLE, 6 Tackles

    Thomas Stewart, CLE, 5 Tackles

    Dennis Abdullah, BAL, 4 Tackles

    Darian Mathis, CLE, 4 Tackles

     

    Injuries

    None

     

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    Reggie Watkins: "I didn't know the game could end in a tie."

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    We can tie...?

     

    Every fucking time

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    I move to have a rule change where NFLHC overtime is played like CFBHC Overtime.   Seriously pro overtime sucks, College is the most fair, most competitive, and no damn ties.

     

    Shut the fuck up

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    I move to have a rule change where NFLHC overtime is played like CFBHC Overtime.   Seriously pro overtime sucks, College is the most fair, most competitive, and no damn ties.

    You get a full quarter and after both get a possession a field goal can win it. Just don't be shit and it's not a problem.

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    The best possible result from my perspective.

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    #yeah

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    So what's worse? First game being the first ever NFL tie, or 3-2?

    3-2 is an abomination. Ties are at least kinda respectable.

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