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The Browns improved to 4-2-1 at home, their second-best winning percentage at FirstEnergy Stadium (since 1999) in a season.

BROWNS HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE AT FIRSTENERGY STADIUM

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Year W L T Pct.
1. 2007 7 1 0 .875
2. 2018 4 2 1 .643
3t. 2014 4 4 0 .500
3t. 2012 4 4 0 .500
3t. 2005 4 4 0 .500
3t. 2001 4 4 0 .500

WR Jarvis Landry recorded two touchdowns (one rushing and one receiving) and became the first Brown since Leroy Hoard (Nov. 24, 1991) with a 50-yard rush and a 50-yard catch in the same game. The rushing score was the second of Landry’s career. He has recorded at least two receptions in each of his past 76 games, the second-longest active streak in the NFL. His 469 receptions are the most all-time by an NFL player through their first five seasons. Landry is leading the team in receptions (69) and receiving yards (790) this season. His 69 receptions are tied for the sixth-most by a Brown through the first 14 weeks.

NFL RECEIVING LEADERS: CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH 2+ RECEPTIONS, ACTIVE

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Player Pres. Team No.
1. Antonio Brown Pittsburgh 112*
2. Jarvis Landry Cleveland 76
3. Larry Fitzgerald Arizona 73*

*Pittsburgh and Arizona play tonight.

NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING: RECEPTIONS IN FIRST FIVE YEARS

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Player Years G Rec
1. Jarvis Landry 2014-18 75 469
2. Larry Fitzgerald 2004-08 76 426
3. Torry Holt 1999-03 80 423

BROWNS MOST RECEPTIONS: FIRST 14 WEEKS

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Player Pos. Year Rec
1. Ozzie Newsome TE 1984 82
2. Ozzie Newsome TE 1983 78
3. Jordan Cameron TE 2013 72
4t. Josh Gordon WR 2013 71
4t. Kellen Winslow TE 2006 71
6t. Jarvis Landry WR 2018 69
6t. Kellen Winslow TE 2007 69

Rookie QB Baker Mayfield completed 18 of 22 passes for 238 yards with one touchdown, zero interceptions and a 126.9 rating. He has thrown at least one touchdown pass in each of his 10 starts, joining St. Louis’ Kurt Warner (1999) and Minnesota’s Brad Johnson (1996-97) as the only NFL players since 1966 to throw at least one touchdown pass in each of their first 10 career starts. Mayfield is also the first Browns QB since Bernie Kosar (1987) to throw for at least one touchdown in 10 consecutive starts.

In just his 10th career start, Mayfield’s 19 passing touchdowns are the most by a Browns rookie and his 2,877 passing yards are third.

MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON

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Player Year Games Starts TDs
1. Baker Mayfield 2018 11 10 19
2. Tim Couch 1999 15 14 15
3. Brandon Weeden 2012 15 15 14

MOST PASSING YARDS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON

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Player Year Games Starts Yards
1. Brandon Weeden 2012 15 15 3,385
2. DeShone Kizer 2017 15 15 2,894
3. Baker Mayfield 2018 11 10 2,877
4. Tim Couch 1999 15 14 2,447

Mayfield became the first Browns QB to complete passes of at least 60 yards in consecutive games since Brandon Weeden in 2012.

DL Myles Garrett recorded one sack to increase his team-leading total to 12.5 this season. Garrett’s 12.5 sacks are the third-most by a Brown in a season. With 19.5 sacks in just 24 career games, Garrett already has the most sacks by a Brown in their first two seasons.

BROWNS SINGLE-SEASON SACK LEADERS

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Player Pos. Year G Total
1. Reggie Camp DL 1984 16 14.0
2. Jamir Miller LB 2001 16 13.0
3. Myles Garrett DL 2018 13 12.5
4. Clay Matthews LB 1984 16 12.0
5. Michael Dean Perry DL 1990 16 11.5

BROWNS MOST SACKS IN FIRST TWO SEASONS

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Player Pos. Years G Total
1. Myles Garrett DL 2017-18 24 19.5
2. Reggie Camp DL 1983-84 32 18.5
3. Kamerion Wimbley LB 2006-07 32 16.0

Garrett’s 19.5 sacks are tied for the ninth-most by any NFL player in their first 24 career games.

NFL MOST SACKS IN FIRST 24 CAREER GAMES

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Player Team Years Total
1. Derrick Thomas K.C. 1989-90 25.0
2. Von Miller Den. 2011-12 24.5
3. Aldon Smith S.F. 2011-12 23.5
4. Shawne Merriman S.D. 2005-06 22.5
5. Joey Bosa S.D. 2016-17 22.0
6. Clay Matthews III G.B. 2009-10 21.5
7t. Dwight Freeney Ind. 2002-03 21.0
7t. Reggie White Phi. 1985-86 21.0
9t. Myles Garrett Cle. 2017-18 19.5
9t. Anthony Smith Rai. 1991-92 19.5
9t. Terrell Suggs Bal. 2003-04 19.5

Rookie RB Nick Chubb became the first Brown to rush for a touchdown in five straight games since Greg Pruitt in 1975. Chubb has seven total touchdowns over the past five games. On the season, Chubb’s 10 total touchdowns are tied for the second-most by a Browns rookie. His eight rushing touchdowns are tied for the third-most by a Browns rookie and his 694 rushing yards ranks fifth among Browns rookies.

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON

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Player Year Games TDs
1. Trent Richardson 2012 15 11
2. Jim Brown 1957 12 9
3t. Nick Chubb 2018 13 8
3t. Isaiah Crowell 2014 16 8
5t. Ron Johnson 1969 14 7
5t. Travis Prentice 2000 16 7

MOST TOUCHDOWNS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON

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Player Year Games Rush. Rec. Total TDs
1. Trent Richardson 2012 15 11 1 12
2t. Nick Chubb 2018 13 8 2 10
2t. Jim Brown 1957 12 9 1 10
2t. Eric Metcalf 1989 16 6 4 10
5. Paul Warfield 1964 13 0 9 9

MOST RUSHING YARDS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE IN A SEASON

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Player Year Games Yards
1. Trent Richardson 2012 15 950
2. Jim Brown 1957 12 942
3. William Green 2002 16 887
4. Nick Chubb 2018 13 760
5. Preston Carpenter 1956 12 756

The Browns had one interception to increase their total to 28 takeaways on the season. The Browns entered the week second in the NFL in takeaways after finishing last in 2017 with 13. After 14 games this year, the Browns have a turnover ratio of +9 after finishing 2017 at -28.

The Browns have 15 interceptions this season after recording seven in all of 2017. Nine different players have recorded an interception for the Browns this year.

DB Damarious Randall tied a career-high with his fourth interception of the season. His four interceptions are the most by a Brown since Tashaun Gipson recorded six in 2014. 

The Browns surrendered one sack in the game (third quarter), which snapped a streak of 15 consecutive quarters spanning five games in which the team did not give up a sack. Prior to today, the last time the Browns gave up a sack was in the third quarter against Kansas City on Nov. 4.

On the Browns’ first offensive play of the game, WR Breshad Perriman recorded a career-long 66 yard catch.

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