A 16-play, 6 1/2 minute,15-play 4th quarter drive, punctuated by a 22 yard field goal by former Ravens kicker, Billy Cundiff resulted in a 24-18 Cleveland Browns upset win over the Baltimore Ravens in Cleveland. The Ravens never led in the game at any time. The loss dropped the Ravens into sole possession of third place in the 4-team AFC North, leading only the lowly Pittsburgh Steelers, who were royally thumped by the New England Patriots, 55-31 in Foxboro. Massachusetts. With a 3-win, 5-loss record, the Ravens must determine where they can begin to make improvements to the team in order to right what appears to be a disfunctional ship, at the halfway point in their season. A good place for them to start to improve would be in their running game, which has been anemic, at best. The Ravens gained a grand total of only 53 yards on the ground, placing enormous pressure on quarterback Joe Flacco and the Ravens passing game, which for the most part, has not been able to compensate for the shortcomings of the team’s running attack. The Ravens will host the first place Cincinati Bengals on Sunday, November 10th at M&T Bank Stadium.