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By the Numbers: 'Scottish Hammer' Jamie Gillan booms a 74-yard punt in Browns' preseason win

We're taking a look at the stats from the Browns' 21-18 road preseason win over the Indianapolis Colts.

2 - Kareem Hunt had two carries for 6 yards in his first preseason action with the Browns. He had a productive practice Wednesday as he continues to work his way back from a groin injury.

74 - Jamie Gillan skied a punt 74 yards in the first quarter and drew some cheers from the Browns fans in attendance. He's nicknamed the "Scottish Hammer" for a reason.

10 - The Browns defensive starters further proved how stout they can be against the run this season and held Marlon Mack, who will likely be the Colts' starting running back this season, to just 10 yards on six rushes. Defensive end Myles Garrett was the only starter from the defensive line who did not play.

73 - Mack wasn't the only running back who struggled against the Browns defense. The Colts were held to 73 rushing yards and averaged just 3.5 yards per rush.

151 - Quarterback Garrett Gilbert opened the game for the Browns and went 13-for-19 with 151 yards and two touchdowns in a quality first-half performance.

104.2 - David Blough played the second half and went 7-for-12 with 74 passing yards and a touchdown for a 104.2 passer rating. He's likely behind Gilbert in the competition for a potential third-string quarterback role, but Blough has still played well in both preseason stints.

124 - Wide receiver D.J. Montgomery is second on the Browns this preseason with 124 receiving yards after he hauled in three receptions for 77 yards Saturday. The undrafted wide receiver has saved his best football for preseason games and certainly boosted his stock against the Colts.

283 – The Colts and Browns combined for 283 yards lost from 29 penalties. The Browns accounted for 13 of those penalties and lost 119 yards.

0 - Browns kickers went 0-for-2 in field goal attempts. Greg Joseph missed a 53-yarder to end the first half and Austin Seibert missed from 52 yards in the fourth quarter. Both kickers, however, combined to go 3-for-3 on extra points.

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