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By the Numbers: Nick Chubb now averaging more than 100 rushing yards per game

Cleveland’s bell cow back has another big day in Jacksonville

We're breaking down the biggest numbers from the Browns' third straight win, a 27-25 nailbiter in Jacksonville.

8 — Wins on the season for the Browns, their most in a season since 2007. The Browns' 8-3 start is their best since the franchise returned in 1999.

207 — Rushing yards for the Browns, marking the fourth time this season they've run for 200 or better.

102.7 — Average rushing yards per game for Nick Chubb, who had a season-high 144 on Sunday. He's cleared the century mark in five of his seven games this season.

10 — Rushes of 20 yards or more by Chubb, a total that leads the NFL.

0 — Losses on the season when Chubb or Kareem Hunt find the end zone.

143 — Receiving yards for Jarvis Landry in his best game of 2020. It marked the first time he cleared 100 yards on the season and was good for his fourth-most yards in a game during his seven-year career.

3,036 — Career rushing yards for Hunt, who reached the milestone on a 27-yard run in the third quarter. Chubb cleared 3,000 career rushing yards last week.

43 — Yards on a first-quarter kickoff return by D'Ernest Johnson, the Browns' longest of the season. The long return set up Cleveland's first touchdown drive of the game.

116.7 — Quarterback rating for Baker Mayfield after completing 19-of-29 passes for 258 yards and two touchdowns. It marked the fifth time this season he's cleared 100, and the Browns are 5-0 in those games.

123 — Consecutive passes thrown by Mayfield without an interception. His four-game streak of no interceptions is the longest of his career.

459 — Yards of offense for the Browns, their second-best output of the season.

1 — Times the Browns have won this season when they lost the turnover battle. That happened Sunday, as the Browns didn't force any turnovers while the Jaguars recovered a Harrison Bryant fumble.

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