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By the Numbers: Myles Garrett picks up 2 more sacks but Browns can't rally in Cincinnati

Cleveland falls to 5-8 after a tough division loss to the Bengals


We're breaking down the most important numbers from the Browns' 23-10 loss to the Bengals.

9 — Penalties committed by the Browns, a number of which were costly as the Bengals built a lead after a scoreless first quarter.

4 — Bengals first downs that came via Browns penalties.

4 — Third-down conversions for the Browns, who failed to convert on 11 others. They also went 3-for-6 on fourth downs.

276 — Passing yards for Deshaun Watson, who completed 26-of-42 passes, threw a touchdown and misfired on his second interception of the season. Watson also had 33 rushing yards.

119 — Receiving yards by Bengals star Ja'Marr Chase, who was the targeted receiver on 15 of Burrow's 33 passes.

Check out photos of the Browns against the Bengals in Week 14

114 — Career-high receiving yards for Donovan Peoples-Jones, who caught eight of 12 targets.

2 — Sacks for Myles Garrett, who has 12 on the season. In his last six games against the Bengals, Garrett has nine sacks.

71 — Rushing yards for the Browns on 25 attempts. Cleveland came into Sunday averaging 156 rushing yards per game.

6.9 — Yards per carry for Bengals RB Joe Mixon, who struggled in the first half before piling up most of his 96 rushing yards in the second half.

1 — Interception for LB Deion Jones, his first since the 2020 season.

Check out photos of players warming up for their Week 14 game against the Cincinnati Bengals

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