We're six seconds into the fourth quarter, and the Ravens trail the Browns 17-14.
Can't say I saw this one coming.
Browns running back Peyton Hillis has been running like a perennial Pro Bowler, picking up 144 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries, and Seneca Wallace's one-yard touchdown pass to Ben Watson has given Cleveland a shocking three-point lead.
The Ravens have been burned by Hillis, but they've also burned themselves.
Derrick Mason was flagged for delay of game on the Ravens' last drive for throwing the ball in the air in frustration, turning what would have been a manageable 3rd and 6 into a much more difficult 3rd and 11. The Ravens were forced to punt a play later.
On the ensuing Browns drive, Hillis ripped off a 48-yard run, and after he stepped out of bounds, safety Tom Zbikowski flung the Cleveland running back to the ground, resulting in a personal foul for a late hit.
The penalty moved the ball to the Baltimore 23-yard-line, and three plays later, the Browns had the lead.
There's still a lot of time left, but this is not the type of dominating performance many (including myself) expected today against a beat-up Browns team.