By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Browns struggle on both sides of the ball vs. Patriots

The Browns surrendered 45 unanswered points and were held to just 217 total yards of offense

We're breaking down the most important stats in the Browns' 45-7 loss to the Patriots at Gillette Stadium.

45 - All of the Patriots' 45 points went unanswered by the Browns, who scored a touchdown on the first drive of the game.

217 - The Browns were limited to just 217 total offensive yards. The Patriots, meanwhile, picked up 452 yards.

56.2 - QB Baker Mayfield held a passer rating of 56.2, his lowest of the season. He completed 11-of-21 passes for 73 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

5 - Touchdowns scored between Patriots rookies QB Mac Jones and RB Rhamondre Stevenson. Jones passed for 198 yards while Stevenson rushed for 100 yards.

2019 - The Browns allowed the Patriots to score touchdowns on their first three drives of the game, the first time New England had started a game that way since 2019 with Tom Brady. 

1 - The Browns were 1-for-11 on third-down conversions.

6 - The Patriots picked up a first down on their first six third-down conversions. They finished the game 7-for-9 on third downs.

3.7 - The Browns gained an average of 3.7 yards per play, their lowest of the season.

99 - Rushing yards gained from D'Ernest Johnson, who received his second start of the season after Nick Chubb and Demetric Felton were placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list this week. RB Kareem Hunt also missed his fourth straight game with a calf injury.

2 - After Johnson picked up 61 yards on five carries in the first quarter, the Browns rushed the ball two times in the second quarter for a total of 3 yards.

6.5 - Myles Garrett recorded his 13th sack of the season, moving him 6.5 sacks away from tying Clay Matthews for the franchise sack record.

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