Baltimore Ravens strong safety Will Hill (33) picks up the ball and runs for the game-winning touchdown in the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Cleveland. The Raven won 33-27. (AP Photo/David Richard)

Baltimore Ravens strong safety Will Hill (33) picks up the ball and runs for the game-winning touchdown in the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Cleveland. The Raven won 33-27. (AP Photo/David Richard)

(Updated 12/1/2015) Ravens safety Will Hill ran a blocked field goal attempt back for the game-winning touchdown to lift Baltimore to a 33-27 road win over the Cleveland Browns on Nov. 30.

The victory improved Baltimore’s record to 4-7 this season.

Baltimore appeared set to lose yet another close game after quarterback Matt Schaub tossed an interception with a minute left and the game tied 27-27, giving Cleveland the ball in Ravens territory. It was Schaub’s second interception of the game; Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby ran the first back for a 52-yard defensive score.

After Schaub’s second interception, the Browns advanced into field goal range to set up a 51-yard try by kicker Travis Coons, who had made all 18 of his field goal attempts this season. But instead of making the game-winning field goal, Coon’s kick was blocked by six-foot, seven-inch defensive lineman Brent Urben. Hill to scooped up the blocked ball and ran it back 64 yards for the score, stealing the win for the Ravens.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Kaelin Clay (81) returns a punt for a touchdown in the first half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Richard)

Hill’s winning play was the Ravens’ second special teams touchdown in the game. Rookie return specialist Kaelin Clay ran back a punt for an 82-yard touchdown in the first quarter to give Baltimore a 7-0 lead. The Ravens eventually built a 10-0 lead at the close of the first quarter and led 17-13 at halftime.

Cleveland’s only lead of the game came after Dansby’s pick-six gave the Browns a 20-17 lead in the third quarter. But Schaub responded well to his mistake, leading the Ravens on a scoring drive on their next possession. Schaub capped the drive with a 15-yard touchdown pass to receiver Kamar Aiken to push Baltimore back ahead, 24-20.

Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker (9) kicks a 35-yard field goal in the second half of an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)

A 35-yard field goal by kicker Justin Tucker extended the Ravens’ lead to 27-20 with nine minutes left in the game. Browns starting quarterback Josh McCown was knocked out of the game with a shoulder injury late in the fourth quarter, but backup Austin Davis took over and tied the game at 27-27 with a perfectly thrown 42-yard touchdown pass to receiver Travis Benjamin.

Schaub’s second interception on the subsequent drive set up Hill’s late-game heroics as Baltimore turned what appeared to be another heart-breaking loss into a thrilling victory.

The victory marked the first time Baltimore won back-to-back games this season. It was yet another Ravens game that was decided by one scoring possession; all 11 of Baltimore’s games played this season have been won or lost by eight points or less.

Filling in for the injured Joe Flacco, Schaub completed 20 of 34 pass attempts for 232 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Aiken led the team with six catches for 80 yards. Ravens rookie running back Buck Allen ran for 55 yards on 12 carries and also caught four passes for 29 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown catch.
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