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By the Numbers: Corey Coleman shines, but Browns fall to Ravens

Hue Jackson said the Browns came out of the tunnel like a "house on fire" against the Ravens, but it wasn't enough to leave their home opener with a victory.

We're breaking down a 25-20 loss to Baltimore:

387 — The Browns put forth their best statistical offensive effort, amassing 387 total yards against a stingy Ravens defense that shut down Buffalo the previous weekend. Cleveland also averaged 6.6 yards a play.

133 — Speaking of offense, Isaiah Crowell carried the ball 18 times for 133 yards and an average of 7.4 yards a touch.

104 — After an uneven debut, rookie wide receiver Corey Coleman shined in front of the home crowd, catching five passes for 104 yards and two touchdowns.

2 — Joe Haden notched his first and second interceptions of the season Sunday, picking off Joe Flacco in the first half and then again midway through the third quarter. McCown also threw a pair of interceptions, including one in the final seconds of the game.

302 — Speaking of Flacco, the Browns weren't able to entirely thwart the veteran quarterback, who finished with 302 yards and two touchdowns on 24-of-45 throws.

6-of-8 — After head coach Hue Jackson stressed the offense needed to be better on third down conversions, the Browns were 6-of-8 in the first half and finished 8-of-15. They also finished with 17 total first downs.

59 — The Browns had eight penalties for 59 yards, including a couple that either wiped out big plays or put the offense in a less-than-favorable position throughout the afternoon. It's something Jackson said the team will clean up in the coming week.​

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