Jackson added an 8-yard rushing TD in the second quarter for his first multi-touchdown game this season.
His performance had Cleveland in position to win, but ultimately they were unable to finish and Mayfield threw a game-sealing interception on 4th down.
Weddle had the opportunity to earn the incentive previous year but failed when the Bengals prevented Baltimore from securing a playoff berth.
Remembering that disappointment, most of the announced crowd of 70,925 was on its feet as the Browns moved closer to field-goal range with the clock winding down.
Mayfield, who fell to 6-7 as a starter, began the game with a pair of first-half interceptions by Jimmy Smith and closed out the game with his third. "As much as it's for me and my play, my defense helped me get to where I'm at".
Chubb's 1,000-yard rushing campaign would have been the first Browns 1,000-yard season since 2010 when Peyton Hillis hit the four-figure mark.
Heinz Field opened just before the 2001 season, and in all its almost two decades of existence, it's probably never hosted a moment as odd as Sunday night: an entire stadium full of Steelers fans chanting "Let's go Browns".
After the Cleveland Browns scored a touchdown to go ahead 7-3 in the first quarter Sunday, Jackson responded by driving Baltimore down the field and capping it with a 25-yard run.
"He's just scratched the surface", Williams said. A new National Football League record for a rookie.
"I'm proud of how they responded", Williams said. "We want to be in their spot this time next year". The defense recovered a Jackson fumble at the goal line. The Browns surrendered runs of 15, 24 and 20 on the drive, with Jamie Collins and Joe Schobert both missing tackles on the latter run by Kenneth Dixon.
"It's exciting to watch him play". Overall the Ravens rushed for 296 yards, and the Browns missed tackles all afternoon. "I think it's going to be me versus him for a while in this division, and I am looking forward to it". Mayfield finished with 27, but couldn't pull off a comeback to knock the AFC North champion Ravens out of the playoffs. Whether it's Baltimore or another team next season, that play earned Mosley a payday. The Ravens capped their sixth 10-win season in 11 years under Harbaugh. History was made, and it was awesome, even if the Browns didn't get it done. Instead, the Ravens looked like they might run away with it in the first half.