CINCINNATI — We’re digging into the stat sheet after the Browns’ 35-20 win over the Bengals.
28 - The Browns found the end zone four times in the first half, giving them their most points in a first half in 27 years. The last time the Browns did it was against the Colts on Dec. 1, 1991.
8 - For the second straight game, Baker Mayfield put the ball in a number of different sets of hands. After completing passes to nine different receivers against the Falcons, he connected with eight Sunday.
4 - Mayfield’s four touchdown passes, the most by a Browns quarterback since Brady Quinn did it in 2009, all went to different players -- Antonio Callaway, David Njoku, Nick Chubb and Darren Fells.
74 - In the three games since Cleveland made changes at head coach and offensive coordinator, Baker Mayfield is 65-for-88 (74 percent) for 771 yards, nine touchdowns and just one interception.
62 - In his best game since Week 2, Callaway was among Cleveland’s leaders with four catches for 62 yards and a score.
10 - Myles Garrett found his way to the quarterback in Sunday’s second half to hit double digits in sacks for the season.
9.9 - The Browns made the most of their 26 pass attempts, averaging 9.9 per play. The Bengals, meanwhile, averaged 5.2.
27 - With two more takeaways Sunday -- Damarious Randall interception, Emmanuel Ogbah fumble recovery -- the Browns maintained their spot at No. 2 in the NFL rankings.
5 - In the last three games, Chubb has found the end zone five times, three coming on the ground and two through the air. He has eight total touchdowns on the season.
13 - The Browns committed some costly penalties throughout the game, but Cincinnati had so many more. Cleveland finished with seven to the Bengals’ 13.
The Cleveland Browns play the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 12 at Paul Brown Stadium.