Stats and Facts: Browns vs. Bengals

RB Duke Johnson Jr. scored a rushing touchdown and tied a career-high with nine receptions. His reception total tied for the sixth-most by a Browns RB in a single game. Johnson has scored a rushing touchdown in consecutive games.

Most receptions by a Browns RB in a single game

1. Earnest BynerCin.9/18/8610
Leroy HoardHou.12/15/9110
Leroy Hoardat Hou.11/17/9110
Greg PruittNYJ12/7/8010
Jamel Whiteat T.B.10/13/0210
6. Duke Johnson Jr.Cin.10/1/179

Seven players tied with nine

DL Emmanuel Ogbah recorded six tackles, two forced fumbles, one sack and one fumble recovery. He is leading the team this season with two sacks after leading the team in sacks as a rookie in 2016.

Rookie DL Caleb Brantley and DL Trevon Coley each recorded their first career sack.

LB Joe Schobert led the team with a career-high 11 tackles. He leads the team this season with 33 tackles.

LT Joe Thomas extended his consecutive snaps streak to 10,192, the longest active streak in the league and believed to be the longest streak in NFL history. The 10-time Pro Bowler has started all 164 career games and hasn't missed an offensive play since being selected by the Browns with the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.

WR Kenny Britt registered three receptions for 52 yards. The nine-year vet surpassed the 5,000 career receiving yard plateau, increasing his total to 5,002.

RB Isaiah Crowell rushed for 20 yards. With 2,399 career rushing yards, he ranks ninth on the Browns all-time rushing list.

Browns all-time rushing yardage leaders

6.Earnest Byner1984-95 (7)998623,36427
7.Ernie Green1962-68 (7)896683,20415
8.Jamal Lewis2007-09 (3)407202,80613
9.Isaiah Crowell2014-17 (4)525772,39919
10.Bobby Mitchell1958-61 (4)504232,29716

LB Dominique Alexander (knee), LB B.J. Bello (evaluated for a concussion) and WR Jordan Leslie (hamstring) left the game with injuries and did not return.

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