PITTSBURGH — The Browns fell to the Steelers in overtime, 27-24, on Sunday afternoon.
We're breaking down the season finale in Pittsburgh by the numbers.
437 — The Browns rolled up 437 yards of total offense in their most productive offensive performance of the season and best since posting 430 yards against Miami in Week 3.
312 — Meanwhile, Cleveland's defense locked down a Steelers offense playing without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le'Veon Bell. Pittsburgh finished with 312 yards and had just 52 at halftime.
8 — Speaking of the Browns defense, they forced eight punts on 13 possessions in regulation, including five straight to start the game, and held the Steelers to 3-of-14 on third down conversions.
4 — Perhaps the difference in Sunday's loss was Cleveland's four turnovers, including a fumble on Pittsburgh's 2 yard line with under two minutes to play.
152 — Running back Isaiah Crowell rushed 19 times for a career-high 152 yards. It was the fourth time this season he's eclipsed the 100-yard mark. Cleveland rushed for 231 yards total.
1,000 — Quarterback-turned-Browns leading wide receiver Terrelle Pryor broke the 1,000-yard mark thanks to seven catches for 94 yards on Sunday.
2 — Robert Griffin III had perhaps his game as the Browns quarterback — he completed 29-of-41 passes for 232 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception while rushing for 32 yards on five carries.
21 — Browns linebackers Christian Kirksey and Jamie Collins Sr. combined for 21 tackles. Kirksey also led the team in tackles for loss with three.
The Browns play the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 17.