CLEVELAND — Turnovers and inconsistent play ultimately dashed the Browns' chances in a 27-13 loss to the Giants on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium.
We're breaking it down by the numbers:
131 — In what was an inconsistent display for the Browns offense, Terrelle Pryor Sr. shined, catching six passes for 131 yards.
5 — Speaking of Pryor, he's the first Browns player to record at least five receptions in five consecutive games since Kevin Johnson in 1999.
298 — After a bend-but-don't-break kind of effort against the Steelers last week, Cleveland's defense held the Giants to less than 300 yards of offense and held New York to 4-of-13 on third-down conversions.
9 — The Browns also forced the Giants offense into nine punts, including four to start the game
96 — The Browns, though, couldn't completely shut down Odell Beckham Jr., who caught six passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns, including a late score that put the Giants up 27-13.
7 — Cleveland's offense gave up seven sacks after surrendering eight to Pittsburgh last weekend.
11 — Browns linebacker Christian Kirksey led the Browns with 11 tackles, including a big tackle-for-loss on third down in the first half.
58 — Cleveland's run game is still in search of finding its footing after totaling 58 yards against a tough Giants front.
The Browns play the New York Giants in Week 12.