CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Cleveland Browns (0-2) lost 24-10 against the Baltimore Ravens (2-0).
Browns' QB DeShone Kizer left the game in the second quarter; initial reports said Kizer suffered a migraine headache.
Backup quarterback Kevin Hogan stepped in halfway through the second quarter and led a touchdown drive to get Cleveland on the board.
Hogan connected on a 23-yard pass with tight end David Njoku to get the score.
However, the second-string QB threw a costly interception late in the first half to set up a Ravens' touchdown.
The Browns opened the second half with Kizer's return and a field goal.
However, Kizer was intercepted -- his second pick of the -- in the Ravens end zone to start the fourth quarter.
In the end, the injuries, penalties and turnovers were too much for the Browns.