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By the Numbers: Browns offensive explosion not enough in overtime loss to Raiders

OAKLAND — Breaking down a 45-42 overtime loss to the Raiders...

295 — In his first NFL start, rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield passed for 295 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Mayfield was named the team’s starter last week after guiding the Browns to a comeback win over the Jets.

4 — For the first time this season, the Browns lost the turnover battle. While Cleveland had two takeaways, Mayfield accounted for four turnovers — two interceptions and a pair of fumbles— in a game that came down to the wire.

42 — The Browns’ 42 points were their most since 2007.

565 — While Cleveland rolled up 487 total yards, it allowed 565 from the Raiders on a whopping 90 plays.

105 — Nick Chubb carried the ball three times for 105 yards and two touchdowns, including a 63-yarder that gave the Browns their first lead of the day midway through the first quarter. It was the longest run by a Browns rookie since 2003.

49 — Veteran tight end Darren Fells hauled in a 49-yard touchdown pass to give the Browns a 17-7 lead in the second quarter.

14 — The Browns held a 14-point lead in the third quarter, their largest advantage of the season.

61 — Wide receiver Rashard Higgins led the team with four catches for 61 yards on five targets.

82 — A week after a big outing against the Jets, the Raiders managed to keep running back Carlos Hyde mostly in check. The former Ohio State standout managed 82 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries.

3 — Cleveland attempted three 2-point conversions, converting two of them.

33 — Cleveland held Marshawn Lynch and the Raiders to 33 yards on the ground in the first half before “Beastmode” broke loose after intermission. He finished with 130 yards rushing.

437 — Raiders veteran quarterback Derek Carr passed for 437 yards.​

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