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By the Numbers: Browns put up their most yards in a month, but Chiefs amass much more

We’re highlighting the most important stats and figures that led to Cleveland’s 37-21 loss to the Chiefs.

499 - Kansas City compiled 499 yards of offense over the course of nine possessions. It was the Chiefs’ second-best offensive effort of the season, sandwiched between performances against Cleveland’s AFC North rivals Cincinnati (551) and Pittsburgh (449).

8.6 - The Chiefs needed just 58 plays to rack up their 499 yards, good for an average of 8.6 per snap.

375 - Patrick Mahomes’ passing yardage was the second-most Cleveland allowed this season. Only the Raiders (426) had more.

297 - Baker Mayfield finished with his second-most passing yards in a game this year. He completed 29-of-42 passes with two touchdowns and an interception.

9 - Myles Garrett picked up his ninth sack of the season in Sunday’s fourth quarter. The second-year pass rusher has accounted for at least part of a sack in all but two games this season.

55 - The Chiefs didn’t have their first punt of the game until the 5-minute mark in the fourth quarter, going 55 game minutes without having to attempt one. Kansas City has punted just 23 times this season.

3 - The Browns went for it three times on fourth down, converting two of them. They also picked up an unofficial fourth-down conversion on a second-quarter play in which Kansas City committed a pre-snap penalty.

9 - Duke Johnson came into Sunday’s game with 20 receptions in eight games. He had a season-high nine for 78 yards in what was easily his best game of the season.

4 - The Browns committed just four penalties for 20 yards in one of their least flagged games of the season. Kansas City overcame 11 penalties for 86 yards.

51 - Greg Joseph connected on his longest field goal as a professional, hitting a 51-yarder in the first quarter. He’s 11-of-13 on the season.

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