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By the Numbers: Cade York connects from 50 on 1st kick at FirstEnergy Stadium

Breaking down the biggest stats from Sunday's preseason loss to the Eagles


We're breaking down the most important stats from the Browns' 21-20 preseason loss to the Eagles.

188 — Combined passing yards (141) and rushing yards (47) for QB Joshua Dobbs, who got the start and played into the second half. He connected on 14-of-20 passes and executed multiple scoring drives during his time behind center.

101.5 — It wasn't the best day for Cleveland's pass defense, as Eagles starter Gardner Minshew went 14-of-17 for 142 yards for a QB rating of 101.5 during Sunday's first half.

36 — Dobbs had the longest run of any player Sunday, and he lost part of his undershirt in the process. His 36-yard, highlight-reel scramble set up the Browns' first touchdown.

32 — Javon Wims had the Browns' longest reception of the game, hauling in a highlight-reel catch down the sidelines in Sunday's third quarter.

46 — Rookie David Bell, in his first preseason action, led the Browns with 46 receiving yards on three receptions.

50 — Rookie Cade York's first field goal at FirstEnergy Stadium was no gimme, but he made it look that way. He had more than enough leg on his 50-yarder in the second quarter. He later clanged a 55-yarder off the right upright in the second half.

75 — Both the Eagles and Browns love to run the ball, and that was more than clear Sunday, as Philadelphia attempted 43 runs and Cleveland countered with 32, giving the teams a combined 75 carries.

55 — Eagles WR Devon Allen had the longest play of Sunday's game when he got behind the Browns defense and hauled in a 55-yard touchdown reception.

66 — John Kelly Jr. led the Browns on the ground with 14 carries for 66 yards and a touchdown.

10 — S Richard LeCounte III was the most active Browns defender with a team-high 10 tackles.

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