CLEVELAND — Will Hill returned a blocked field goal 64 yards for a touchdown as expired, giving the Baltimore Ravens a 33-27 win Monday night over the luckless Cleveland Browns, who lost their sixth straight game along with starting quarterback Josh McCown.

Cleveland’s Travis Coons lined up to kick a potential winning 51-yard field goal with 3 seconds to go, but it was deflected by defensive end Brent Urban, who was playing his first NFL game for the injury-riddled Ravens (4-7). Hill scooped it up and rumbled down the left sideline for an improbable win, stunning a Cleveland crowd that moments earlier was ready to celebrate.

Ravens quarterback Matt Schaub, making his first start since 2013, threw two touchdown passes.

McCown injured his right shoulder in the fourth quarter and was replaced by Austin Davis, whose 42-yard TD pass to Travis Benjamin tied it with 1:47 remaining.

The Browns are 2-9.

BRONCOS: This is Brock Osweiler’s team – for now, at least. And everybody’s on board, including Peyton Manning.

The five-time MVP hobbled by an injured left foot met with Osweiler at halftime Sunday night to go over things he’d seen on TV while watching the Patriots-Broncos game from an auxiliary area outside the team’s locker room.

He gave his longtime apprentice tips on how to beat Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the previously prefect Patriots (10-1).

Osweiler did the rest, leading the Broncos (9-2) back from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to hand New England its first loss. He checked to a run in overtime and C.J. Anderson scampered 48 yards down the left sideline for a 30-24 win that tightened the AFC race.

LIONS: Calvin Johnson’s combination of size, speed, strength and soft hands make him one of the NFL’s top receivers.

His note-taking skills seem to help, too.

Before each practice, the Detroit Lions star is given paper detailing plays the team is going to work on that day. He makes notations of his own, highlighting, circling and underlining key words along the way.

“I’ve always done it,” Johnson said simply.

Johnson, who is as humble off the field as he is spectacular on it, rarely sounds as if he is impressed by anything he does. His teammates, though, rave about him as a man and as the player known as Megatron.

The Lions put rookie cornerback Alex Carter on injured reserve with an ankle injury.

The Lions placed their third-round pick from Stanford on short-term injured reserve in September. They were holding out hope Carter would be able to come back and play this season because they recently put two cornerbacks, Rashean Mathis and Josh Wilson, on injured reserve.

JETS: Cornerback Marcus Williams has a sprained knee ligament that could keep him out against the Giants on Sunday.

Coach Todd Bowles said Williams injured the medial collateral ligament in one of his knees and is “day to day.”

CARDINALS: Arizona has not confirmed a report that running back Chris Johnson has a broken left leg.

The injury was reported Monday by Fox Sports.

BILLS: Rex Ryan has thrown a red flag on how Buffalo determines when to challenge a play.

Upon further review, the Bills’ coach acknowledged the team’s current communication process has a few flaws.

Ryan shouldered the blame and said changes are being introduced a day after he failed to challenge any one of three questionable calls that went against Buffalo in a 30-22 loss at Kansas City.

EAGLES: Coach Chip Kelly denied reports that the University of Southern California met with him to discuss its coaching vacancy before the school hired interim coach Clay Helton.

Kelly, in his third year with the Eagles after a very successful run in the Pac-12 with Oregon, addressed the issue at his regularly scheduled news conference.

JAGUARS: Jacksonville isn’t ruling out receiver Allen Hurns against Tennessee. At least not yet.

Hurns is in the league’s concussion protocol after being strapped to a backboard and taken to a hospital Sunday.

COWBOYS: Coach Jason Garrett believes Tony Romo’s broken left collarbone will heal and that the quarterback still has plenty of games to play in the future.

While the 35-year-old Romo is done for the season after breaking his collarbone for the second time this year, Garrett said he believes Romo “has a lot of football left in him.”

Chiefs: Linebacker Justin Houston appears to have a strained ligament in his left knee, though the team is still awaiting MRI exam results to determine the severity of the injury.

COLTS: Running back Ahmad Bradshaw will miss the rest of this season after injuring his wrist in Sunday’s 25-12 victory over Tampa Bay.

 Coach Chuck Pagano made it clear that Matt Hasselbeck, who has a 4-0 record filling in for the injured Andrew Luck, will return to backup duty when Luck is healthy.

Luck is out with a lacerated kidney and a partially torn abdominal muscle.

“Andrew is our starting quarterback,” Pagano said. “When he is healthy and he is 100 percent healthy and the doctors and our trainers say he is ready to roll then he is going to be under center.”