The numbers jumped off the page immediately after Cleveland wrapped up a 33-30 overtime victory over the Ravens on Sunday afternoon.
After 18 hours or so of research, they're even more impressive.
Here's a breakdown of what some of the statistics produced by Browns quarterback Josh McCown and tight end Gary Barnidge, both of whom are thriving in their 30s, mean from not only a league-wide perspective, but also a historical one.
457 - McCown's passing yards in Cleveland's 33-30 overtime victory. It's the Browns franchise record, McCown's personal best and the second-most of any NFL quarterback this season.
36 - McCown's number of completions vs. Baltimore, which is tied for second in Browns history.
300 - Yards or more for McCown in the past three games, making him the first Browns quarterback to ever accomplish such a feat.
1,154 - McCown's passing yards over the past three games. That's good for the most in Browns history and the most of anyone in the NFL over this stretch.
104.2 - McCown's quarterback rating over the past three games.
92 - McCown's consecutive passes without an interception.
6 - The Browns' NFL ranking as a passing offense.
2 - Interceptions thrown by Browns quarterbacks, a figure that is tied for the second fewest in the NFL.
1,557 - Browns passing yards in 2015. It's the largest total through the first five games in franchise history and puts the team on pace for a team record 4,982. The current record is 4,372, which was set in 2013.
102.2 - Browns quarterback rating through the first five games. That's the best since 1963.
3 - 300-yard games for McCown, putting him in a tie for first among NFL quarterbacks.
374 - Barnidge's receiving yards, a total that ranks second in the NFL behind New England's Rob Gronkowski (375). His previous career high for a season was 242 in 2009.
3 - straight games in which Barnidge has caught a touchdown pass. That made him the first Browns tight end to do that since Ozzie Newsome in 1983.
6 - receptions or more for Barnidge in the last three games, also placing him in the Newsome zone. Ozzie was the last Browns tight end to do it in 1984.
24 - receptions on the season for Barnidge. That's good for a career high and a team lead.