DENVER — We’re breaking down the most important stats from the Browns’ 17-16 victory over the Broncos.
12 - With Baker Mayfield’s 2-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Callaway, the Browns extended their streak of red zone appearances that ended with a touchdown to 12. That run came to an end, however, after the Browns’ final offensive series ended in a turnover on downs.
3,065 - Mayfield cleared 3,000 passing yards for the season when he connected with Callaway on a pass in the third quarter. He added 65 more to sit with 3,065 on the season with two games to play. The Browns’ rookie single-season passing yards record is 3,385.
100 - Nick Chubb hit 100 yards on the head, averaging 5 yards per carry. It was his third 100-yard game of the season.
20 - The Browns moved to 6-0 in games where they allowed 20 points or fewer.
11 - Mayfield’s touchdown pass to Breshad Perriman in Saturday’s first quarter extended his streak of throwing for at least one score in a game to 11. Last week, he joined Hall of Famer Kurt Warner and Brad Johnson as the only players to throw at least one touchdown in each of the first 10 games of their NFL career.
32 - The Broncos rushed for just 32 yards on 20 attempts. They came into Saturday’s game ranked seventh in the NFL in rushing offense (130.2 yards per game).
6 - Greg Joseph connected on a 40-yard field goal in the first half, giving him six from that distance or farther on the season. Overall, he’s 14-of-16 since joining the Browns in Week 3.
2 - The Browns limited the Broncos to two sacks. Denver came into the game ranked fourth in the league with 40 sacks.
0 - Cleveland didn’t allow a single yard on either of Denver’s punt returns.
The Cleveland Browns play the Denver Broncos in Week 15.