5 -- Cleveland committed five turnovers in a game where it hung around throughout the fourth quarter. "Everything I said we couldn't do," head coach Hue Jackson said postgame, "we did." The Ravens have now collected 10 takeaways in two games.
5 – All five of those miscues were by the Browns quarterbacks DeShone Kizer (three interceptions, fumble) and backup Kevin Hogan (one interception).
182 -- In his first NFL regular season road game, Kizer passed for 182 yards on 15-of-31 attempts, struggling against a tenacious Baltimore defense. Kizer, who missed roughly a quarter of play because of a migraine, described his three interceptions and a strip-sack in the first quarter as "unacceptable."
386 -- Despite the Browns' struggles Sunday, they outgained the Ravens 386-337.
36 -- Cleveland also held Baltimore to 36 percent on third down (4-of-11).
93 -- Jackson maintained confidence in the Browns' run game after totaling 93 yards on 21 carries. "Our run game will be what we need it to be," he said.
95 -- Elevated from the practice squad Saturday, second-year receiver Rashard Higgins had a career game, catching seven passes for 95 yards on 11 targets. Higgins, a fifth-round pick in 2016, was brought back after being waived earlier this month.
118 -- In Kizer's absence, Hogan passed for 118 yards, a touchdown and an interception on 5-of-11 attempts.
27 -- Rookie tight end David Njoku caught three passes for 27 yards, including his first NFL touchdown on a 23-yard strike from Hogan in the second quarter. Njoku was one of the team's three first-round NFL Draft picks this spring.
10 -- The Browns' defense recorded 10 tackles for loss, including three from second-year safety Derrick Kindred, who recorded his first career interception last weekend against the Steelers.
18 -- Both teams combined for 18 penalties (including 11 by the Browns).
The Browns play the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2 of the 2017 season.