By the Numbers

By the Numbers: Turnovers piling up for Browns

We’re breaking down the most important numbers from the Browns’ 32-28 loss to the Seahawks. 

117.6 - Quarterback rating for Seattle’s Russell Wilson, who threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns. He has 14 touchdown passes and no interceptions this year.

4 - Possessions in which Cleveland advanced the ball into Seattle territory but came away with no points. Two of those entered the red zone.

14 - Turnovers on the season for the Browns offense, which had four Sunday after scoring touchdowns on three consecutive possessions to open the game.

170 - Rushing yards for the Seahawks, who averaged 4.5 yards per carry. In the last three games, Cleveland has surrendered an average of 206 rushing yards in its last three games.

148 - Yards of offense Cleveland racked up in a first quarter that featured two touchdowns and a drive that set up the team’s third touchdown of the game, which came on the first play of the second quarter. Cleveland had just 180 yards the entire game last week at San Francisco.

7 - Penalties committed by the Browns in the second half. Cleveland committed just two for 20 yards in the first 30 minutes. Four of those penalties resulted in first downs for the Seahawks.

9 - Sacks for Myles Garrett, who is now tied for the league lead after picking up two Sunday.

122 - Rushing yards for Nick Chubb, giving him his second 100-yard game of the season and sixth of his career. He has 607 yards on the season.

101 - Receiving yards for Odell Beckham Jr., his second 100-yard game of the season.

0 - Sacks allowed by the Browns, the first time that’s happened all year.

Check out photos of the Browns in action against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday

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