We’re highlighting the most significant statistics from the Browns’ 28-16 win over the Falcons.
92 - Nick Chubb rushed his way into Browns history when he broke off a 92-yard touchdown run midway through the third quarter. His run was the longest in team history, beating out a 90-yarder by Bobby Mitchell.
211 - Chubb finished with 176 of the Browns’ 211 rushing yards. Cleveland attempted 29 runs and just 21 passes.
151.2 - In the most efficient start of his career, Baker Mayfield was 17-of-20 for 216 yards and three touchdowns to finish with a quarterback rating of 151.2.
9 - Mayfield spread the wealth more than he ever has as Browns quarterback. Nine different players caught at least one of his 17 completions.
73 - Atlanta’s offense ran 73 plays -- 23 more than the Browns. That’s typically the recipe for a lopsided result, but the Browns made the Falcons earn their points. Atlanta’s big-play offense was held in check for most of Sunday’s game.
2 - The Browns forced two more fumbles, the last coming on Atlanta’s final offensive play of the game, to increase their league-leading season total to 25.
7 - In his first game back since Week 6, linebacker Joe Schobert finished with seven tackles and one big pass breakup to stop the Falcons at the goal line.
71 - The Browns limited the Falcons to 71 rushing yards, marking just the second time they’ve held an opponent below 100.
7 - Points scored by the Browns in Sunday’s first quarter, marking the first time all season they’ve found the end zone in the game’s first 15 minutes.
36 - Atlanta came into Sunday’s game ranked No. 1 in the league in third-down efficiency, converting better than 53 percent. The Browns held Atlanta to 5-of-14 (36 percent).
The Cleveland Browns play the Atlanta Falcons at FirstEnergy Stadium in Week 10.