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CLEVELAND -- The Baltimore Ravens arent letting anything distract them from winning. Mario Chalmers Jersey . While there are still questions about how their handling of Ray Rices case, its clear the Ravens havent changed -- on the field. With Rices troubling situation lingering over them, they pulled off a comeback win Sunday as Justin Tucker kicked a 32-yard field goal as time expired to give Baltimore a 23-21 win over the Cleveland Browns. Tuckers boot capped another challenging week for the Ravens (2-1), who continue to be dogged by their management of Rices domestic violence arrest and suspension. But for the second straight game, the Ravens blocked out any external noise and knocked off another division rival. Ravens coach John Harbaugh is impressed with his teams ability to focus on the task at hand. "The best way to silence it (distractions) is handle it with class," he said. "Theres always going to be in life, challenges and attacks and consequences and all those kinds of things that well talk about Im sure probably this week and ongoing forever. You just gotta stand up, be accountable and be who you are and try to stand for the right things. "And our guys do that." Joe Flacco set up Tuckers game-winner with a 32-yard pass to Steve Smith with 1:28 left. Smith beat Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden before hauling in Flaccos pass and taking it to Clevelands 13. The Ravens ran the clock down before bringing in Tucker, who split the uprights and sent the Browns (1-2) to another tough loss. It was the kind of play the Ravens expected from Smith, signed as a free agent in the off-season. And, it was typical Flacco, who finished 19 of 31 for 217 yards with one touchdown. "We call him, Joe Cool," Smith said. "Throughout the whole game, good or bad, Joe stays the same." The Browns blew several chances to put the Ravens away in the second half. Cleveland missed a field goal, had one blocked, committed 12 penalties and wide receiver rookie Taylor Gabriel fell after catching a long pass from Brian Hoyer, failing to score what should have been an easy touchdown. "Its going to be a long two weeks," Hoyer said. "I know were going to watch this film and be mad at ourselves. We had some opportunities to put this game away and we didnt do it. Its on us." Following the game, Harbaugh addressed an ESPN report that claims he wanted the team to immediately release Rice in February after he was arrested for punching his then-fiancee. The report says Harbaugh was overruled by owner Steve Bisciotti and general manager Ozzie Newsome. "I can tell you this, we work together in our organization," Harbaugh said. "Every single football decision we make, we work together. You get together, you hash it out. Everybodys got their opinions. Its not black and white. Its never nuanced on anything. That decision was exactly like all the other ones. When we walk out of that room, we are united." Harbaugh said he thought the team handled the case the right way. "I felt like we did the right thing and I stand behind it." Hoyer completed 19 of 25 passes for 290 yards. Along with the blown opportunities, the Browns had a fake play in which backup quarterback Johnny Manziel fooled Baltimores defence negated by a penalty. Manziel started to leave the field and pretended to have a conversation with offensive co-ordinator Kyle Shanahan. The Browns quickly snapped the ball and Hoyer threw a pass to Manziel for a 39-yard gain, but the play was brought back by an illegal shift. "It worked pretty well," Manziel said. "They didnt see it coming. Unfortunately we got a penalty on it." Ravens rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro rushed for 91 yards and one TD. He filled in for Bernard Pierce -- Rices replacement-- who sat out with a thigh injury. Smith had five catches for 101 yards. Not everything went Baltimores way. Tight end Dennis Pitta was taken to a hospital after he appeared to sustain a serious hip injury in the first half. Pitta, who played in just four games last season after dislocating his right hip in training camp, went down without being touched after catching a pass. The Ravens didnt have a postgame update on Pitta, but his teammates were concerned for him. "Hes a good friend, hes a good teammate and hes a hell of a player," Flacco said. "No matter who it is, its tough to see that happen, especially when it looks like it might be serious." NOTES: Harbaugh and Flacco improved to 12-1 vs. the Browns. ... Baltimore allowed its first TDs inside the red zone this season. ... The Ravens snapped a four-game road losing streak against division foes. ... With his 45th career 100-yard game, Smith tied Isaac Bruce for 10th on the all-time list. Custom Memphis Grizzlies Jerseys .Y. - His opponent couldnt stop him, and LeBron James didnt quite know what to think when his coach tried. 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"We didnt play with that desperation attitude and weve got to have that every time we walk out because were not going to out-talent anybody," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said. "Were a team thats got to be scrappy and again, we didnt play that way until the last five minutes." Andray Blatche had 24 points to top the injury-depleted Nets (4-10), who came into the game on a five-game losing streak, last in the Atlantic Division, and with the third worst record in the NBA. Joe Johnson had 21, while Paul Pierce had 16 points and Kevin Garnett has 12 points with six rebounds. The Nets were missing Deron Williams (sprained ankle) Andrei Kirilenko (back spasms) and leading scorer Brook Lopez (sprained left ankle). But it was the Raptors (6-8) who could have used some more help. Steve Novak was the only other player to score in double figures with 12 for the Atlantic Division leaders, who lost for the first time in three games. Rudy Gay had nine points, while Tyler Hansbrough and Jonas Valanciunas had seven rebounds apiece. "We definitely didnt (score) in the paint too much, second-chance points, we missed a couple of rebounds that we shouldve had, they were just trying to bully us," DeRozan said. "We waited too long to lock down and throw a punch back." The Raptors trailed 81-76 heading into the fourth quarter of a game that saw neither team -- save for a handful of individual performances -- play particularly well. The Nets had assembled a 15-point lead with a little more than five minutes to go and the game seemed out of reach, but the Raptors came to life in the final two minutes. Gay drained a three with 24 seconds to pull the Raptors to 101-100. Shaun Livingston missed one of two free throws with 11 seconds left, but Gay passed off to an open Amir Johnson in the corner whose three-point attempt clanged off the rim. "Rudy couldve shouldve had a shot, he didnt take it," Casey said. "Amir had a clean look, it was straight, right on line, and he works on that shot eevery day in practice. Bryant Reeves Jersey. But (Gay) made that decision and I trust Rudy in that situation." The Raptors had one of their worst defensive efforts of the season, allowing the Nets to shoot 51 per cent from the field. The Raptors shot 44. Brooklyn outscored Toronto 48-28 in the paint, and outrebounded the Raptors 39-34. "They did whatever they wanted, whether it getting to the rim, jump shots," Casey said. "There was no redeeming qualities with our defence until the end, we got scrappy at the end." Nets coach Jason Kidd, who played for the same 2011 NBA champion Dallas Mavericks team that Casey was a coach of, rubbed his hands over his face in sheer relief after Johnsons miss at the buzzer. "Those guys in that locker-room, I think they finally said they had enough," Kidd said. "They were talking for 48 minutes. The schemes defensively and offensively werent always perfect but those guys stayed the course. "Theres a bunch of guys in there with pride and they understood what they had to do tonight against the division leading Raptors. A big win on the road." Casey had kind words for Kidd before the game, saying he was "a reason why a lot of us (Dallas coaches) are around, his play as a player. We owe him a lot, just for what he did for us in Dallas as a player." But Casey said he wouldnt spend any time Tuesday catching up with Kidd, saying "Friendship is for the summertime." DeRozan got off to a strong start, making all five of his shots -- including three three-pointers -- in the opening 10 minutes, to put Toronto on top 28-26 heading into the second quarter. The Nets shot 55 per cent against Torontos lackadaisical defence in the second quarter, and seven straight points by Joe Johnson put the Nets up by four and the visitors took a 55-51 lead into the locker-room at halftime. DeRozan carried Toronto with 11 points in the third, but the Raptors couldnt make up any ground on the Nets, and a driving jumper with three seconds left in the quarter put Brooklyn up 81-76 with a quarter left. The game was the second of a four-game homestand for the Raptors, that has Toronto hosting the Miami Heat on Friday and Denver on Sunday. NOTES: The Nets roster features former Raptors Reggie Evans and Alan Anderson. . . Canadian tennis player Milos Raonic was at the game and helped chuck balls up into the crowd during a timeout. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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