The Browns registered their second tie in the overtime era (started in 1974). The team's only other overtime tie came in a 10-10 deadlock with Kansas City on Nov. 19, 1989. Cleveland is 17-22-2 all-time in overtime.
The Browns defense forced six turnovers (three interceptions and three fumble recoveries), their most since recording six at Jacksonville on Nov. 21, 2010. The last time the Browns recorded three interceptions in a game was against Denver on Oct. 18, 2015.
Making his NFL debut, rookie DB Denzel Ward recorded two interceptions. Ward is the fourth-youngest player in NFL history with two interceptions in a game. He joins Clarence Scott (Sept. 19, 1971) as the only Browns rookies to record two interceptions in their NFL debut. Ward's two interceptions tied for the fourth-most by a Browns rookie in a game. He is the first Browns rookie to record two interceptions in a game since T.J. Ward on Nov. 21, 2010 and the first Browns player to record two interceptions in a game since Joe Haden on Sept. 18, 2016.
YOUNGEST PLAYERS IN NFL HISTORY WITH TWO INTERCEPTIONS - GAME
|1. Dicky Moegle||S.F.||10/23/55||21 years, 39 days|
|2. Marcus Williams||N.O.||12/31/17||21 years, 114 days|
|3. Champ Bailey||Wash.||10/17/99||21 years, 117 days|
|4. Denzel Ward||Cle.||9/9/18||21 years, 134 days|
MOST INTERCEPTIONS BY A BROWNS ROOKIE - GAME
|1t. Bobby Franklin||Chi.||12/11/60||3|
|1t. Anthony Henry||at Balt.||11/18/01||3|
|1t. Anthony Henry||Det.||9/23/01||3|
|4t. Denzel Ward||Pit.||9/9/18||2|
|4t.10 players tied with two|
DL Myles Garrett set career highs in forced fumbles (two) and tackles (six) and tied his career-best with two sacks. He has nine sacks in 12 career games.
WR Jarvis Landry recorded seven receptions for 106 yards. Landry has recorded at least two receptions in each of his past 64 games, the second-longest active streak in the NFL. He also extended his streak of least five receptions to 18 games, tied for the third longest in NFL history. Landry's last game without reaching five receptions was on Dec. 24, 2016. His 407 receptions are the 10th most all-time by an NFL player through their first five seasons.
NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING STREAKS: CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH 5+ RECEPTIONS
|1. Antonio Brown||36||Sept. 8, 2013-Oct. 1, 2015|
|2. Laveranues Coles||19||Sept. 29, 2002-Oct. 12, 2003|
|3t. Jarvis Landry||18||Jan. 1, 2017-Pres.|
|3t. Jimmy Smith||18||Sept. 9, 2001-Sept. 15, 2003|
|3t. Sterling Sharpe||18||Oct. 10, 1993-Oct. 9, 1994|
|5t. Pierre Garcon||17||Sept. 9, 2013-Sept. 7, 2014|
|5t. Herman Moore||17||Nov. 17, 1996-Nov. 16, 1997|
|5t. Jerry Rice||17||Oct. 29, 1995-Oct. 27, 1996|
NFL RECEIVING LEADERS: CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH 2+ REC., ACTIVE
|1. Antonio Brown||Pittsburgh||101|
|2. Jarvis Landry||Cleveland||64|
|3. Larry Fitzgerald||Arizona||62|
NFL ALL-TIME RECEIVING: REC. IN FIRST FIVE YEARS
|1. Larry Fitzgerald||2004-08||76||426|
|2. Torry Holt||1999-03||80||423|
|3. A.J. Green||2011-15||76||415|
|4t. Julio Jones||2011-15||65||414|
|4t. Randy Moss||1998-02||80||414|
|6t. Anquan Boldin||2003-07||68||413|
|6t. Marin Harrison||1996-00||74||413|
|6t. DeAndre Hopkins||2013-17||79||413|
|6t. Brandon Marshall||2006-10||61||413|
|10. Jarvis Landry||2014-18||65||407|
|11. Andre Rison||1989-93||79||394|
QB Tyrod Taylor threw for 197 yards and a touchdown and added 77 rushing yards with a touchdown. He extended his NFL record to 43 consecutive games without throwing multiple interceptions in a single-game. His 77 rushing yards are the fourth-most by a Browns QB in a game and his 20-yard touchdown run was the second-longest by a QB in Browns history.
DB Damarious Randall recorded his 11th career interception.
WR Josh Gordon recorded a 17-yard touchdown catch. He has 16 career touchdown receptions.
LB Joe Schobert led the team with eight tackles and set a career-high with two fumble recoveries.
DL Larry Ogunjobi and rookie LB Genard Avery each recoded a sack.
OL Desmond Harrison became the first undrafted rookie to start at left tackle for the Browns since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.
The following players made their NFL debuts: LB Genard Avery, WR Antonio Callaway, RB Nick Chubb, OL Desmond Harrison, DL Devaroe Lawrence, DB Tavierre Thomas, DB Denzel Ward and WR Derrick Willies.