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By the Numbers: Baker Mayfield joins rare company with TD passes in his 1st 10 NFL games

3 - With his 51-yard touchdown pass to Jarvis Landry in the second quarter, Baker Mayfield became the third player in NFL history (Super Bowl era) to throw at least one touchdown pass in each of his first 10 games, joining Kurt Warner and Brad Johnson.

66 - Mayfield connected with Breshad Perriman for a 66-yard pass on Cleveland’s first offensive play of the game. It was the longest catch of Perriman’s career.

8 - Number of Browns players who caught passes Sunday, marking the fourth straight game Mayfield has completed passes to at least that many.

50 - Landry became the first Browns player with a 50-yard rush and a 50-yard catch in the same game since Leroy Hoard did it in 1991.

50 - The Browns limited Cam Newton to a completion percentage of just 50 percent in the second half after he threw just three incompletions in the first. His final pass was airmailed and intercepted by Damarious Randall.

15 - When Mayfield took a sack early in the third quarter, it ended a streak in which the Browns hadn’t surrendered a sack since the third quarter of their Week 9 loss to the Chiefs -- a 15-quarter stretch.

527 - Combining Mayfield’s second half at Houston and his first half Sunday, Mayfield threw for 527 yards over a four-quarter stretch. He finished 18-of-22 for 238 yards and a touchdown against the Panthers.

101 - Yards of offense registered by Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey, the fewest he’s had in a game since Week 8 against the Ravens.

5 - Browns kicker Greg Joseph now has five field goals from 40 yards or longer after connecting on kicks from 49 and 41 on Sunday.

12.5 - Myles Garrett added to his team lead with another sack Sunday, giving him 12.5 on the season. The Browns’ record is 14.

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