By the Numbers: Defense minimizes yards but turnovers change the game


LANDOVER, Maryland --** The Browns dropped to 0-4 following a loss to Washington in which Cleveland was undone by three late turnovers.

We're breaking it down by the numbers:

3 - The three turnovers committed by the Browns came on consecutive series and were what head coach Hue Jackson described as the difference in the game.

301 - Against one of the league's top offenses, Cleveland's defense held quarterback Kirk Cousins and the Redskins to 301 total yards, their lowest output of the season.

112 - Running back Isaiah Crowell had a huge day, running for 112 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries (7.5 yard average) to pace the Browns offense.

223 - Rookie quarterback Cody Kessler passed for 223 yards and his first NFL touchdown. He completed 28 of 40 throws

1 - Cleveland only punted once all afternoon

7 - Seven different Browns players caught at least one pass Sunday, including Terrelle Pryor, Gary Barnidge, Duke Johnson Jr., Ricardo Louis and Andrew Hawkins.

9.2 - Speaking of Pryor, he caught five passes for 46 yards and his first receiving touchdown after a historic outing in Miami last weekend

183 - The Browns held Cousins (who averages 300-plus passing yards a game) to 183 yards and sacked him three times

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