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Stats and Facts: 10 things you have to know about Browns-Ravens

1. Baker Mayfield threw three more touchdowns Sunday against the Bengals and now has 24 on the season. With two touchdown passes against the Ravens, he will tie the NFL record for touchdown passes by a rookie (26), which is shared by Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson. With three, he will break it.

2. Mayfield has thrown just 11 interceptions this year, which is 17 fewer than Manning threw in his record-setting rookie season.

3. In his first meeting with the Ravens, Mayfield threw for 342 yards, the second-most they have allowed to any quarterback all season.

4. With a win Sunday, the Browns will sweep both the Ravens and the Bengals in the same season for the first time in franchise history.

5. Jarvis Landry’s 63-yard completion to Breshad Permian last week was the longest pass completion by a non-quarterback in Browns history.

6. The Browns are now 7-0 against teams with animal or bird mascots. They are 3-0 against all flying mascots with wins over the Ravens, Falcons and Jets.

7. The Browns are 7-0 when holding their opponent to 20 or fewer points this year, including their first win over the Ravens, who managed just nine points against the Browns in that first meeting.

8. Speaking of the first meeting with the Ravens, Browns rookie running back Nick Chubb received only three carries for 2 yards.

9. Two weeks later, he became the team’s featured back and has recorded at least 17 touches in every game but one. Chubb is just 28 yards shy of 1,000 rushing this season and has already set Browns rookie rushing records for yards (972) and 100-yard rushing games (four).

10. The Ravens have been running the ball at an elite level since Lamar Jackson was named the starting quarterback. They are averaging 218.5 yards rushing per game with Jackson under center, which is the most in the NFL, and their 1,311 yards rushing since Week 11 are 303 more than the second-place team (Seattle) during that span.

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