By the Numbers: Browns defense shines (again) in win vs. Buccaneers

TAMPA -- The Browns moved to 3-0 after a comeback win over the Buccaneers on Saturday night. We're breaking it down by the numbers. 

20 - For the third straight game, the Browns defense turned in another impressive performance, holding the Buccaneers' high-powered offense to 3-of-15 (or 20 percent) on third down. 

1 - Rookie safety Jabrill Peppers recorded his first preseason interception, picking off Jameis Winston on the goal line on the first series of the game. The takeaway set a tone for Cleveland's defense, which put together another dominating first-half display in which it allowed less than 200 yards and held Tampa Bay to 0-for-7 on third downs. 

93 - In his first preseason start, rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer completed 6-of-18 throws for 93 yards and an interception. 

66 - Corey Coleman, the Browns' first-round draft pick in 2016, caught four passes for 56 yards, his best display since Week 2 of last season.

339 - The Browns, who were unable to find a consistent rhythm, finished with 339 yards of total offense. 

8 - Eight different Browns players caught at least one pass Saturday night. Coleman and tight end Seth DeValve each had four receptions. 

6 - Linebackers Christian Kirksey and Joe Schobert led the Browns with six tackles apiece. 

2 - Second-year defensive end Carl Nassib recorded two tackles for loss 

23 - Twenty-three different defenders recorded at least one tackle

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