BALTIMORE -- We’re breaking down the biggest statistical achievements from the Browns’ 40-25 win over the Ravens.
530 - The Browns put up a whopping 530 yards of offense in Sunday’s victory, their most since a Sept. 16, 2007, win over the Bengals. Their 40 points were their most against an AFC North opponent since that game, too.
167 - Jarvis Landry got involved early and often on his way to a career-best 167 receiving yards. Sixty-five of those came on a second-quarter catch that set up a field goal before the end of the half.
131 - The second-most productive day for Nick Chubb as a Brown saw the talented running back do the majority of his work in the second half. He rushed for 131 of his 165 yards in the final 30 minutes, with a large amount coming on his 88-yard touchdown run.
353.3 - After throwing for 342 yards Sunday, Baker Mayfield has averaged 353.3 passing yards in his three games against the Ravens.
6 - Mayfield got a number of pass-catchers involved during Cleveland’s first-half scoring drive, completing throws to six different players on the lengthy possession. Seven players finished the game with receptions.
3 - Chubb’s three touchdowns, all of which came in the second half, were the most by a Browns runner since Peyton Hillis had three in game Nov. 28, 2010.
173 - Against any team, it’d be a lot, but against the Ravens, 173 rushing yards surrendered marked a season-best for any defense this season. Baltimore entered the game averaging 216.6 rushing yards per contest.
3 - With two interceptions and a fumble recovery, the Browns forced three turnovers in Sunday’s second half against a Ravens offense that entered the game with zero on the season.
17 - Joe Schobert had another big day at linebacker, leading all defenders with 17 tackles, a career-high.
1 - At 2-2, the Browns are in first place in the AFC North for the first time since Week 10 of the 2014 season. It marks the first time since 1994 the Browns opened the season 2-0 on the road.
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