The Browns went toe to toe with Miami on Sunday but left Hard Rock Stadium with a 30-24 loss in overtime.
](http://www.ticketmaster.com/FirstEnergy-Stadium-Home-of-the-Cleveland-tickets-Cleveland/venue/40971?camefrom=CFCBROWNSWEB_ARTICLES)We're breaking it down by the numbers:
430 - Behind rookie quarterback Cody Kessler and wide receiver Terrelle Pryor, the Browns posted a season-high total of 430 yards
200 - Speaking of Pryor, the quarterback turned receiver combined for 200 yards receiving, rushing and passing in an effort to take pressure off Kessler, who made his first NFL start.
64 - Kessler was lauded for his accuracy at USC and that showed up in Miami. The rookie stood in the pocket and completed 21-of-33 (64 percent) passes for 244 yards and zero interceptions. He did so against a ferocious Miami pass rush that has a combined 12 Pro Bowls between Suh, Mario Williams and Cameron Wake.
3 - The Browns defense forced three turnovers: two interceptions of Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill and a strip sack by backup linebacker Corey Lemonier.
27 - Acquired off waivers after the finalization of the 53-man roster, cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun had a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown. His role increased without Joe Haden in the lineup.
1 - Cornerback Jamar Taylor also notched his first interception of the season in a return to Miami, where he played three seasons before joining the Browns this past spring.
120 - While Cleveland's defense showed pluck, it couldn't contain Miami receiver Jarvis Landry, who caught seven passes for 120 yards and a touchdown.
27 - Hue Jackson has described converting on third down as an "Achilles heel" for the Browns and it was again Sunday as they went 4-of-15 for 27 percent.
13 - In his post-game press conference, Jackson said the Browns need to clean up self-inflicted wounds, such as the 13 penalties they committed Sunday.
The Browns play the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium.