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By the Numbers: Browns struggle to contain Lamar Jackson in loss to Ravens

We're breaking down the stats after the Browns' 31-15 loss to the Ravens on Sunday afternoon at FirstEnergy Stadium.

341 - Despite a slow start, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson still finished with 341 total yards. The Browns did everything they could to limit the dual-threat quarterback, but he ended the game with 103 rushing yards and 238 passing yards.

1:50 - The Browns had a 6-0 lead with under 2 minutes left in the first half. The Ravens only needed 1:50, however, to build a 14-6 lead by halftime. The Browns surrendered 138 yards on nine plays in a pivotal span of the game.

93 - Mark Andrews was the biggest beneficiary of Jackson's performance. The tight end hauled in six passes on nine targets for 93 yards and two touchdowns.

45 - The Browns struggled to counter the Ravens offense with their usual consistent rushing attack. Cleveland was held to 49 total rushing yards, and Nick Chubb — on pace to have one of the best seasons by a Browns running back since Jim Brown — was limited to 45 of those yards.

192 - Baker Mayfield passed for 192 yards in the loss and went 20-for-33 with two touchdowns. It wasn't a bad performance, but Cleveland needed more from its offense to keep pace against one of the top offenses in the league.

1 - Mayfield also had one interception, and two other potential ones were overturned by a Ravens penalty and a replay review. The Browns capitalized on the calls with a touchdown and field goal, but that wasn't enough to match the Ravens' offensive output.

25:41- The Browns possessed the ball for nearly 26 minutes, less than the Ravens' 33 minutes on offense. That was a result of Baltimore's ability to run the ball and milk the clock, while Cleveland struggled to mount long drives throughout the second half.

7 - The Browns struggled to contain the Ravens on third down, too. Baltimore went 7-for-11 on third downs, while Cleveland went 3-for-12.

2 - The Ravens failed to hold a lead after the first quarter only two times this season. Both of those times were against the Browns, who stymied the Ravens offense for 79 yards Sunday in the first quarter.

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