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By the Numbers: Baker Mayfield all alone with NFL’s rookie passing TD record

BALTIMORE — We’re breaking down the biggest stats from Sunday’s 26-24 loss to the Ravens.

27 - With his 1-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Callaway late in Sunday’s fourth quarter, Baker Mayfield set the NFL rookie record for touchdown passes in a season. Mayfield had three against the Ravens in his fourth game with three or more touchdown passes.

718 - After throwing for 376 yards Sunday, Mayfield finished with 718 against the Ravens this season. Baltimore came into the season finale ranked fourth in the NFL in passing defense. Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes was the only other quarterback to throw for 300 or more against the Ravens this season.

996 - Though Nick Chubb cleared 1,000 yards on two different occasions Sunday, he ultimately came up just short after rushing for 24 yards against the Ravens.

102 - Jarvis Landry led all receivers with 102 yards, giving him a team-high 976 on the season.

5 - Callaway caught his team-best fifth touchdown of the season late in the fourth quarter. Six different Browns had at least three touchdown catches this year.

296 - The Browns surrendered a season-worst 296 rushing yards to Baltimore’s triple-faceted running attack. Kenneth Dixon led the way with 117 while quarterback Lamar Jackson added 90.

13.5 - Myles Garrett dropped Jackson in Sunday’s second half to give him 13.5 sacks on the season. He came up just short of the Browns’ single-season record.

0 - Mayfield wasn’t sacked again Sunday, the fifth such occurrence in the past seven games.

4 - LG Joel Bitonio, C JC Tretter, RG Kevin Zeitler and RT Chris Hubbard didn’t miss a single snap this season.

37 - Callaway’s 37-yard punt return Sunday was the Browns’ longest of the season.

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