We’re breaking down the most important numbers from the box score after Cleveland’s 19-16 win over the Bills.
84 - Number of rushing yards from Buffalo. The Bills have relied heavily on their run game all season, and the Browns defensive front needed to stop the seemingly ageless Frank Gore, rookie Devin Singletary and quarterback Josh Allen from finding big gains. The Browns did just that and forced Allen to beat them with his still-developing arm.
73.8 - Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s quarterback rating, his third-lowest of the season. The Browns’ plan for stuffing the run worked, and while they still allowed Allen to complete a few key completions late in the game, Allen still struggled to make completions in the most clutch scenarios.
919 – Chubb became just the second player in Browns history to amass 900+ yards in the first nine games, joining Hall of Famer Jim Brown.
74 - Total yards from Hunt, who received four carries for 30 yards and still showed the same explosive ability from his time with the Kansas City Chiefs. Hunt averaged 7.5 yards per carry, but his best work came as a receiver, where he hauled in seven receptions for 44 yards and made a pivotal third-down play on the Browns’ touchdown drive in the fourth quarter.
16 - Austin Seibert is 16-for-16 on field goals this season. He added two more tallies Sunday, and the Browns needed all of them. His most crucial kick was a 47-yard field goal that put the Browns up 12-9 late in the third quarter.
102.7 - Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield recorded a 102.7 quarterback rating, his highest of the season. He finished with 28-for-36 with 238 yards and two touchdowns.
52 - Distance of Stephen Hauschka’s final field-goal attempt, which landed short of the uprights and secured the Browns’ third win of the season.
4 - Number of penalties from the Browns, who showcased one of their most disciplined games of the season. The Browns did not commit a penalty in the fourth quarter.
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