Deshaun Watson threw a touchdown pass in his home debut in Cleveland and led the Browns’ unremarkable 13-3 win Saturday over the Baltimore Ravens
Watson didn’t look spectacular, but he did enough in his third game since returning from the NFL suspension for the Browns (6-8) to keep their minuscule hopes of advancing to the playoffs alive.
Watson, who served an 11-game suspension for alleged sexual abuse, connected with Donovan Peoples-Jones for a three-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter that gave the Browns a 13-3 lead, the biggest disadvantage the Ravens (9-5) have faced this season.
Watson completed 18 of 28 passes for 161 yards and added 22 rushing rounds.
Browns rookie kicker Cade York had two field goals — and also missed two attempts — to beat Ravens All-Pro kicker Justin Tucker, the league’s most accurate kicker, who missed a 48-yard attempt and blocked another.