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By the Numbers: Browns, Chargers both clear 200 rushing yards in day dominated by big-play RBs 

Nick Chubb goes over 100 yards for the 4th time this season 


We're breaking down the most important stats from the Browns' 30-28 loss to the Chargers.

213 — Rushing yards for the Browns, who have gone for no fewer than 170 in a game this season.

238 — Rushing yards for the Chargers, the second straight opponent to clear 200 against the Browns.

199 — Yards of offense for Chargers RB Austin Ekeler, who had TDs through the air and on the ground.

134 — Rushing yards for Nick Chubb, who has cleared the century mark four times and sits with 593 through five weeks.

2 — Missed field goals for Cade York, who sailed kicks from 45 and 54 wide right.

1 — Costly interception by Jacoby Brissett in the fourth quarter. The veteran quarterback was once again stellar Sunday but saw his performance marred by an inopportune turnover.

88 — Receiving yards for TE David Njoku, who continued his strong play historically against the Chargers. In four games against them, Njoku has 24 receptions, 366 yards and three TDs.

10 — Catches by Chargers WR Mike Williams, who finished the day with a game-high 134 receiving yards.

7 — Catches for Amari Cooper, who bounced back from a tough Week 4 and hauled in his third TD of the year.

65 — Penalty yards for the Browns, who had a number of costly miscues on their way to a second straight loss.

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