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By the Numbers: Duke Johnson makes some Browns history in loss to Bears

We're breaking down the key stats from the Browns' 20-3 loss to the Bears.

68 - Duke Johnson Jr. set a team record with his 66th reception of the season, giving him the most ever by Browns running back in a single year. He finished with seven catches for 81 yards, giving him 68 for 618 on the season -- both of which are team highs.

101 - Johnson finished with 101 yards of offense (81 receiving, 20 rushing) to lead all Browns receivers and running backs. He has 946 combined receiving and rushing yards on the season.

6 - Cleveland had just six passes caught by wide receivers Sunday. Ricardo Louis led the way with 35 yards on a reception that set up Zane Gonzalez's 48-yard field goal at the end of the first half. Josh Gordon and Rashard Higgins each had two catches.

6 - Rookie Myles Garrett collected his sixth sack of the season in Sunday's first half. He leads the team and sits in a tie for third for most by a Browns player in a rookie season. Kamerion Wimbley has the all-time lead with 11.

0 - The Browns didn't have a single possession enter the red zone (inside the 20-yard line). When Cleveland reached the 20-yard line near the end of the third quarter, it fumbled on the very next play. Chicago, meanwhile, went three-for-three with three touchdowns on its three trips inside the red zone.

8 - The Browns' eight penalties on the day all seemed to crop up at the worst possible moments. An offsides penalty on Carl Nassib nullified what would have been a pick-6 by Garrett early in the second half.

3 - The Browns turned the ball over three times (two interceptions, one fumble) and did not force any on defense for a fifth consecutive game. Cleveland has lost the turnover battle in all but three games this season.

The Browns play the Chicago Bears in Week 16.

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