The Cleveland Browns beat the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, 24-18, the Browns first win over the Ravens in 12 tries.
And they have Ray Horton and the defense to thank for it.
The game turned into one that showcased why the Browns brought Horton to town to oversee the defense, which deserves a lot of credit for making sure the Browns walked off the field late on Sunday with an actual victory rather than yet another moral victory.
Cleveland jumped out to an early lead 14-3 lead thanks to two touchdown passes from Jason Campbell to Davone Bess, who bounced back nicely after his dismal day in Kansas City.
For the game, Campbell was 23-of-35 for 262 yards and three touchdown passes. Most importantly, for the second consecutive week he did not turn the ball over. And that was huge because, after that second touchdown pass, the offense went into hibernation until it was almost too late.