By the Numbers

By the Numbers: It wasn't just the 5 turnovers; It's what the Browns did with them

We're breaking down the most important stats from the Browns' 34-20 victory Sunday over the Washington Football Team.

5 — Turnovers forced by the Browns on Sunday. Three came via interception and two were on fumbles. Cleveland came into the game with just two turnovers forced on the season.

24 — Points Cleveland's offense scored on possessions directly following those turnovers. The lone turnover that didn't turn into points was a fumble recovered by B.J. Goodson at the end of the half.

4 — Turnovers forced by players who are new additions to the Browns defense this season — Karl Joseph, Malcolm Smith and Goodson.

158 — Rushing yards for the Browns, who now have 511 on the season. That's good for an average of 170.3 per game.

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117.3 — QB rating for Baker Mayfield after completing 16-of-23 passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns. It marks his second straight week over the century mark.

7 — Different players who caught passes from the Browns on Sunday. Only two (Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr.) were wide receivers.

34 — Points scored by the Browns, marking the second straight week over 30. It's the first time the team has done that since 2010.

3 — Sacks on the season for Myles Garrett, who has 17 in his last 16 games.

24 — Fourth-quarter points by the Browns in their two wins this season.

62 — Plays run by Washington's offense, a 26-play drop from the previous week, when the Browns defense was on the field for 88 plays.

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