Rookie RB Nick Chubb registered a career-high 176 rushing yards, including a 92-yard touchdown. The score was the longest in Browns history and the second-longest by a rookie in NFL history (Pittsburgh’s Bobby Gage 97-yard run in 1949). His 176 rushing yards were the fifth-most by a Browns rookie. Chubb added three receptions for 33 yards and a touchdown. He has six (five rushing, one receiving) touchdowns on the season with three of the runs coming from 40-plus yards (92, 63 and 41). Chubb is the first player since Doug Martin in 2012 with at least three rushing touchdowns of 40-plus yards in his first 10 career games.
LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS IN BROWNS HISTORY
|1. Nick Chubb||Atl.||11/11/2018||92 yards|
|2. Bobby Mitchell||Wash.||11/15/1959||90 yards|
MOST RUSHING YARDS BY BROWNS ROOKIE
|1. Jim Brown||L.A. Rams||11/24/1957||237|
|2. Earnest Byner||at Hou.||12/16/1984||188|
|3. Lee Suggs||at Cin.||12/28/2003||186|
|4. William Green||Atl.||12/29/2002||178|
|5. Nick Chubb||Atl.||11/11/2018||176|
Rookie QB Baker Mayfield completed 17 of 20 passes for 216 yards and tied a Browns rookie record with three touchdown passes. He has thrown for multiple touchdowns in each of his last four starts, the first Brown to do so sinceJosh McCown in 2015 and the first Browns rookie to accomplish the feat since Brandon Weeden in 2012. In just his seventh career start, Mayfield’s 13 passing touchdowns are tied for the third-most by a Browns rookie and his 1,984 passing yards are fourth.
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A GAME
|1t. Baker Mayfield||11/11/2018||3|
|1t. DeShone Kizer||12/10/2017||3|
|1t. Tim Couch||10/31/1999||3|
|1t. Bernie Kosar||12/15/1985||3|
MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON
|1. Tim Couch||1999||15||14||15|
|2. Brandon Weeden||2012||15||15||14|
|3. Baker Mayfield||2018||8||7||13|
|4. DeShone Kizer||2017||15||15||11|
MOST PASSING YARDS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON
|1. Brandon Weeden||2012||15||15||3,385|
|2. DeShone Kizer||2017||15||15||2,894|
|3. Tim Couch||1999||15||14||2,447|
|4. Baker Mayfield||2018||8||7||1,984|
Mayfield registered a 151.2 passer rating. It is the highest mark by a Browns rookie and the fifth-highest total in team history.
HIGHEST PASSER RATING IN BROWNS HISTORY (MIN. 15 ATTEMPTS)
|1t. Otto Graham||Chi.||10/10/1954||158.33|
|1t. Brian Sipe||Buff.||10/29/1978||158.33|
|3. Milt Plum||St. L.||11/13/1960||154.86|
|4. Milt Plum||Wash.||10/25/1959||153.94|
|5. Baker Mayfield||Atl.||11/11/2018||151.25|
Mayfield opened today’s game with 13 consecutive completions. In addition to ending last week with a completion, his stretch of 14 consecutive completions tied for the fourth-most in team history.
The Browns had two fumble recoveries to increase their total to 25 takeaways on the season. The 25 takeaways are their most through 10 weeks since 1989 (27). The Browns entered the week leading the NFL in takeaways after finishing last in 2017 with 13. After 10 games this year, the Browns have a turnover ratio of +12 after finishing 2017 at -28.
The Browns did not give up a sack for the first time since Dec. 27, 2015.
Cleveland’s 211 rushing yards were its most since totaling 231 at Pittsburgh on Jan. 1, 2017.
RB Duke Johnson Jr. recorded four receptions for 31 yards and one touchdown. He has three receiving touchdowns over the last two games. Johnson has 221 career receptions, the third-most by a Browns player through their first four years.
BROWNS ALL-TIME RECEIVING: REC. IN FIRST FOUR YEARS
|1. Kevin Johnson||WR||1999-02||64||274|
|2. Braylon Edwards||WR||2005-08||58||228|
|3. Duke Johnson Jr.||RB||2015-18||57||221|
|4. Kellen Winslow||TE||2004-08||44||219|
|5. Ozzie Newsome||TE||1978-81||64||213|
WR Rashard Higgins recorded a 28-yard touchdown. He has two touchdown grabs this year and four in his career.
WR Jarvis Landry recorded two receptions for 22 yards. Landry has recorded at least two receptions in each of his past 73 games, the second-longest active streak in the NFL. His 457 receptions are the most all-time by an NFL player through their first five seasons. Landry is leading the team in receptions (57) and receiving yards (700) this season. His 57 receptions are tied for the second-most by a Brown through the first 10 weeks.
NFL RECEIVING LEADERS: CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH 2+ REC., ACTIVE
|1. Antonio Brown||Pittsburgh||109|
|2. Jarvis Landry||Cleveland||73|
|3. Larry Fitzgerald||Arizona||70|
NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING: REC. IN FIRST FIVE YEARS
|1. Jarvis Landry||2014-18||73||457|
|2. Larry Fitzgerald||2004-08||76||426|
|3. Torry Holt||1999-03||80||423|
|4. A.J. Green||2011-15||76||415|
BROWNS MOST RECEPTIONS: FIRST 10 WEEKS
|1. Ozzie Newsome||TE||1983||58|
|2t. Jarvis Landry||WR||2018||57|
|2t. Ozzie Newsome||TE||1984||57|
|4. Kellen Winslow||TE||2006||56|
DL Chris Smith recorded his second sack of the season. DL Emmanuel Ogbah and DL Larry Ogunjobi split a sack. Ogunjobi is second on the team with 4.5 this season, while Ogbah has 2.0.
LB Jamie Collins Sr. led the team with nine tackles and recorded one fumble recovery.
DB T.J. Carrie recorded six tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.