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Browns backup quarterback Austin Davis found wide receiver Travis Benjamin for a 42-yard, game-tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter on Monday Night Football.

By SI Wire
November 30, 2015

Cleveland Browns backup quarterback Austin Davis found wide receiver Travis Benjamin for a 42-yard, game-tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter on Monday Night Football against the Baltimore Ravens.

Davis, who started eight games for the Rams last season, entered the game in the fourth quarter to replace an injured Josh McCown. He later registered the deep ball with 1:47 remaining in regulation to tie the score at 27.

Despite the dramatic score, the Browns went on to lose the game 33-27 as time expired on a blocked field goal and a devastating touchdown return by Ravens safety Will Hill.

Cleveland fell to 2–9, while Baltimore improved to 4–7.

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