Trailing the Browns by three in the fourth quarter, the Ravens realized they're the Ravens, and they were trailing the Browns.
Baltimore ripped off 10 straight points, limited Cleveland to minus-10 yards the final 14 minutes of the game, and held on for a tough 24-17 win.
It wasn't supposed to be this difficult, not with the Browns missing their starting quarterback, running back, wide receiver and nose tackle to injuries.
But Cleveland running back Peyton Hillis' 180 total yards (including 144 on the ground) kept the Browns in the game, and forced Joe Flacco to come up with some late-game magic.
Flacco did just that, bouncing back from the worst performance of his career last week to post huge numbers today, going 22-of-31 for 262 yards and three touchdowns.
All three of those touchdown strikes landed in the arms of Anquan Boldin, who made eight total grabs for 142 yards. Boldin topped 100 yards receiving for the 29th time in his career, and made his 600th career grab in the first quarter.
The Ravens' new wide receiver is now the fastest player in NFL history to get to 600 catches.
The Ravens improve to 2-1 on the season, and will travel to Pittsburgh next week to take on the Steelers.
Heading down to the locker room now; I'll be back up with much more in a bit.