By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Browns stymied by stout Steelers defense

PITTSBURGH — We’re breaking down the numbers from the Browns’ 20-13 loss to the Steelers on Sunday at Heinz Field.

58 - Nick Chubb had rushed for more than 90 yards in each of the Browns’ last three games, which all ended with a win. The Steelers put a halt to that trend Sunday and limited the running back to 58 yards on 16 carries.

196 - The Steelers stopped Baker Mayfield, too. The quarterback passed for just 196 yards and went 18-for-32 with one touchdown and an interception. Mayfield had passed for more than 230 yards in three of the last four games.

106 - The Browns were held to a combined 106 rushing yards, the lowest total they’ve had since Kareem Hunt returned from an eight-game suspension.

32 - The Browns won the possession game and kept the ball for 32 minutes, compared to the Steelers 27 minutes. The Steelers made the most of their time with the ball.

212 - On the other side of the ball, the Browns defense allowed too many chunk plays to Steelers quarterback Devlin Hodges, who went 14-for-21 and totaled a career-high 212 passing yards and one touchdown.

111 - Hodges was aided most by wide receiver James Washington, who hauled in 111 receiving yards and one touchdown.

4 - The Browns held the Steelers to 4-for-10 on third down, but converted on two key third downs on their last fourth quarter drive to take more time out of a possible Browns comeback.

82 - Kicker Austin Seibert reached the most points scored by a Browns rookie in a season when he opened the game with a 31-yard field goal. His 82 points broke the record set last season by kicker Greg Joseph, who scored 77 points. Seibert ended the game with two field goals and an extra point to bump his season total to 86 points.

Check out photos of the Browns in action against the Steelers

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