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By the Numbers: Breaking down the Browns preseason opener vs. Green Bay

The Browns were certainly game Friday night, but they didn't leave Green Bay with a victory.

Without further ado, we're diving into the numbers of Cleveland's 17-11 loss to the Packers.

8.6 - The average yards gained whenever Raheem Mostert touched the football. The running back rushed for 43 yards on five carries to lead the Browns on Friday night 

3 - The total number of safeties (two by Cleveland, one by Green Bay) and turnovers (two by Cleveland, one by Green Bay) we saw Friday night.

66 - Veteran punter Andy Lee's longest punt of the night amid several booming kicks. Lee averaged 50 yards a punt.

11 - The number of first downs earned by the Browns offense.

4.0 - The average gain per play for the Packers, who could not break a big play on the Browns defense.

112 - Penalty yards by the Packers. The Browns, meanwhile, had 34 yards of penalties.

41 - The number of times Green Bay ran the ball behind Eddie Lacy, James Starks, John Crockett and others.

50 - Cleveland's red zone efficiency percentage (1-of-2).

46 - The length of Patrick Murray's go-ahead field goal in the first quarter 

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