By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Browns out-gain Chiefs with 457 yards but turnovers prove costly

Cleveland fell to Kansas City, 33-29, in Sunday’s season opener

KANSAS CITY — We're breaking down the most important stats from Sunday's 33-29 loss to the Chiefs.

457 — The Browns out-gained the Chiefs, 457-397, on a day in which both offenses posted plenty of big plays.

8.2 — Browns' average yards per play. In a mostly spotless first half, Cleveland averaged nearly 10 yards per play.

2 — Turnovers by the Browns. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he counted the Browns' botched punt in the fourth quarter as a third turnover.

0 — Turnovers by the Chiefs. Last season, the Browns won just once in games that saw them lose the turnover battle.

321 — Passing yards for Baker Mayfield, by far his most ever in a season opener, and good for the ninth 300-yard game of his career.

273 — Combined receiving yards by Chiefs TE Travis Kelce and WR Tyreek Hill. The rest of Kansas City's pass-catchers accounted for 64.

69 — Receiving yards for Browns WR Anthony Schwartz in his NFL debut. Schwartz had the Browns' longest reception of the day, a 44-yarder that set up a Cleveland touchdown.

5 — Combined punts by the Browns and Chiefs in their past two matchups.

7 — Minute drives to open each half of the game. Cleveland opened the game with a 13-play, 75-yard touchdown drive that took 7:07 off the clock. Kansas City opened the second half with a touchdown drive that took 7:33 off the clock.

1 — Sack by Myles Garrett, who delivered a potential game-changing takedown of Patrick Mahomes in the fourth quarter.

11 — Receiving yards for Mayfield, the first 11 of his career, on a trick play at the end of the first half that started with a throw to Jarvis Landry and included laterals to Mayfield and Kareem Hunt.

Check out photos of the Browns against the Chiefs in week one

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