By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Red zone issues keep Browns offense down vs. Broncos

DENVER, Colorado -- We’re breaking down the most important numbers from the stat sheet after Cleveland’s 24-19 loss to the Broncos.

6 - The Browns offense put itself inside the Broncos’ 30-yard line on seven occasions Sunday and only scored a touchdown on one of them. The other six drives ended with four field goals and two turnovers on downs.

0 - The Broncos, meanwhile, never entered the red zone. Their touchdowns came from 21, 75 and 30 yards, respectively.

145 - The Broncos picked up nearly half of their 302 yards of offense on three plays -- Noah Fant’s 75-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter, Phillip Lindsay’s 40-yard run in the second and Lindsay’s 30-yard touchdown run in the third.

10 - Baker Mayfield targeted 10 different players throughout the game on the way to 273 yards on 27-of-43 passing. Among them was KhaDarel Hodge, who had his first catch of the season.

0 - For the first time all season, Cleveland didn’t turn the ball over. The Browns won the turnover battle against the Broncos, 1-0, thanks to Joe Schobert’s forced fumble in the second quarter.

3.1 - The Browns averaged just 3.1 yards on their 29 rushing attempts to finish with 90 yards on the day. They came into Sunday averaging 5.6.

5 - The Browns were similarly better in the penalty department, committing a season-low five for 40 yards.

11 - Cleveland had the ball for 11 more minutes than Denver and ran 30 more plays.

14 - Austin Seibert is now a perfect 14-of-14 on the season on his field goal attempts for the season after making four Sunday, all of which came in the second quarter.

1 - Jarvis Landry nabbed his first touchdown of the season in the fourth quarter, catching a short pass and juking his way into the end zone from 9 yards. It was the second touchdown catch of the season for Cleveland’s wide receivers and first since Week 2.

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