Breaking down a 12-9 overtime win over the Ravens by the numbers…
342 — Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield passed for a career-high 342 yards to go along with a touchdown and an interception on 25-of-43 throws Sunday. The rookie now has 838 yards passing, three touchdowns and three picks in three games and two starts.
37 — Rookie kicker Greg Joseph knocked down a 37-yard field goal with 2 seconds remaining in the extra period to give Cleveland the win. Before that, Joseph — who signed with the team less a month ago — missed an extra point and a 55-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.
15 — The Browns defense forced two more takeaways to bring its total to 15 this season, the most in the NFL.
2 — Rookie cornerback Denzel Ward had a pair of key plays that helped determine Sunday’s outcome. The first was an interception as Cleveland’s defense faced a 2nd-and-goal in the second quarter. The second was a blocked kick before halftime that proved critical as the game went on.
416 — The Browns rolled up 416 yards of offense against the Ravens’ 400 yards.
4 — Cleveland’s defense held Baltimore 4-of-16 on third-down conversions.
3 — Three of Cleveland’s five games have been decided in overtime. The Browns tied the Steelers in the season opener and lost to the Raiders last week.
9 — Nine Browns players caught at least one pass.
61 — Four of them — Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, Rashard Higgins and Derrick Willies — had at least 61 yards receiving.
12 — Linebackers Jamie Collins and Christian Kirksey led the Browns with 12 tackles, apiece.
The Cleveland Browns play the Baltimore Ravens at FirstEnergy Stadium in Week 5.