CLEVELAND — Breaking down a 21-17 win (!!!) over the Jets by the numbers…
635 — For the first time in 635 days, the Browns secured their first victory since Christmas Eve 2016.
201 — Cleveland's quarterback of the future was its star tonight. Rookie Baker Mayfield was brilliant in his regular-season debut, passing for 201 yards on 17-of-23 throws. Mayfield received the nod when veteran starter Tyrod Taylor suffered a concussion in the second quarter.
3 — The Browns added three more takeaways — two interceptions and a forced fumble — against New York. They have 11 turnovers in three games.
103 — Running back Carlos Hyde combined for 103 all-purpose yards, including 98 rushing, and two touchdowns on 23 carries.
108 — Jarvis Landry led the Browns' wide receivers with eight catches for 103 yards. Landry, the three-time Pro Bowler, also threw a pass to Mayfield for a two-point conversion to tie the game at 14 in the third quarter.
8 — Second-year defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi was a force on the interior defensive line, registering eight tackles and two tackles-for-loss.
169 — Mayfield's draft-mate, Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold, passed for 169 yards and two interceptions on 15-of-31 throws against a Browns defense that pressured him all night.
3 — The Browns got to Darnold twice. One time, it was defensive end Myles Garrett, who now has three sacks this season.
The Cleveland Browns play the New York Jets at FirstEnergy Stadium.