By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Breaking down an offensive performance for the ages

Cleveland racked up 307 rushing yards on its way to 49 points vs. Dallas

We're breaking down the most eye-popping numbers from the Browns' big, 49-38 win over the Cowboys.

307 — The Browns posted their most rushing yards since 2009 in a game that saw Nick Chubb play just a little more than a quarter because of a knee injury. It was the most allowed by the Cowboys in team history.

3 — That's how many players — D'Ernest Johnson, Kareem Hunt and Odell Beckham Jr. — had more than 70 rushing yards Sunday. It's the first time in team history that's happened.

49 — The Browns' 49 points were their most since 2007, when they scored 51 in a win over the Bengals.

3 — Cleveland's stretch of games with 30 or more points is its longest since 1968.

100 — Baker Mayfield posted his third consecutive game with a QB rating of 100 or better, the longest such streak of his career. He hit 100 right on the head by completing 19-of-30 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns.

154 — Yards of offense for Beckham, who scored three touchdowns in his best game yet with the Browns.

51 — Career TDs for Beckham, who caught his 50th on a pass from his best friend, Jarvis Landry.

333 - Yards of offense in the first half, the most Cleveland has had in a single half since 1991.

71 — Combined receiving yards from Harrison Bryant and Austin Hooper, the most from Cleveland's tight end duo this season.

8 — Turnovers forced by the Browns' defense over the past two games.

0 — Turnovers by the offense in the past two games, making the Browns +8 in their last two games.

100 — Career games played for Landry, who has never missed a game.

35.5 — Career sacks for Myles Garrett, who trails just Reggie White (52), Aldon Smith (42), Shawne Merriman (38.5) and Derrick Thomas (38.5) for the most by a player through their first 41 games. Garrett had two Sunday, giving him five on the season.

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