By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Browns on the wrong side of a dominant rushing performance

SANTA CLARA, California -- We’re breaking down the most important stats to emerge from the Browns’ 31-3 loss to the 49ers.

185 - 49ers rushing yards in the first half, 83 of which came on San Francisco’s first offensive play of the game. The Browns allowed just 173 the entire game the previous week against the Ravens, who came into the game leading the league in rushing.

6.9 - Led by Matt Breida (114) and Tevin Coleman (97), the 49ers averaged 6.9 yards per rush, finishing with 275 yards on 40 attempts.

180 - One week after posting 530 yards against the Ravens, the Browns mustered just 180 on Monday, good for an average of 3.9 yards per play.

21 - Monday’s game marked the first time Cleveland was held without a touchdown since the team’s Week 16 loss to Chicago on Dec. 24, 2017 -- a 21-game stretch.

1 - The Browns had just one first down during the entire second half. The 49ers possessed the ball for 23:54 of the final 30 minutes.

8 - Under duress all night, Baker Mayfield officially took eight hits, four of which were counted as sacks.

4 - Turnovers committed by the Browns, their most of the season. Cleveland fumbled twice and Mayfield was intercepted twice -- including once on the goal line after a potential touchdown was bobbled by Antonio Callaway.

8 - Cleveland’s lone points came on Austin Seibert’s 30-yard field goal, his eighth make on as many tries this season.

7 - Myles Garrett collected his seventh sack of the season during Monday’s second quarter, dropping Jimmy Garoppolo on third down to force a punt.

87 - Nick Chubb followed up his record-setting day in Baltimore with 87 yards on 16 carries, the bulk of which came in the first half.

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