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Stats and Facts: Browns vs. Dolphins

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WR Terrelle Pryor Sr. set career highs in receptions (seven) and receiving yards (144). He also completed three passes for 35 yards and rushed for 21 yards with a touchdown. He became the first NFL player to register at least three passing attempts, three rushing attempts and three receptions in the same game since Billy Kilmer did it for San Francisco in 1964. Pryor has four career rushing touchdowns and recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game. He also is the first NFL player with 20 passing yards, 20 rushing yards and 20 receiving yards in the same game since WR Cecil Shorts (26 rush, 51 rec, 21 pass) accomplished the feat for Houston on Nov. 22, 2015. Pryor's 144 receiving yards were the most by a Brown since WR Josh Gordon totaled 151 at New England on Dec. 18, 2013. Pryor completed a 26-yard pass to TE Gary Barnidge on the team's second drive, marking his first completion since Dec. 29, 2013.

Making his NFL debut, rookie DB Briean Boddy-Calhoun recorded an interception that he returned 27 yards for a touchdown. He is the first player in Browns history record an INT-TD during his first NFL game. It was the Browns first INT-TD since LB Karlos Dansby on Nov. 20, 2015.

DB Jamar Taylor recorded an interception on the second play of the game. It was his first career interception. Taylor, who was selected by Miami in the second round of the draft in 2013, was acquired by the Browns this offseason via trade.

LB Corey Lemonier recorded three tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. It was his second career sack and first as a member of the Browns.

Rookie QB Cody Kessler made his NFL debut and completed 21 of 33 passes for 244 yards and zero interceptions. Kessler is the first rookie QB to start for the Browns since Connor Shaw on Dec. 28, 2014.

Cleveland Browns Quarterbacks Debut Start Since 1999
Player                      Opp.      Date        Att.  Com.    Pct    Yards    TD    INT     Rating   Result
Ty Detmer                Pit.         9/12/99      13       6       .462      52        0       1       25.2       L, 0-43
*Tim Couch              at Ten.    9/19/99      24      12      .500     124       1       0       80.9       L, 9-26
Doug Pederson          at Pit.     10/22/00    20       9       .450      61        0       3       12.7       L, 0-22
Spergon Wynn          at Jax.    12/3/00      16       5       .313      17        0       0       40.6       L, 0-48
Kelly Holcomb          K.C.       9/8/02       39      27      .692     326       3       0       120.2      L, 39-40
Jeff Garcia                Bal.        9/12/04      24      15      .625     180       1       0       99.3       W, 20-3
*Luke McCown         N.E.       12/5/04      34      20      .588     277       2       2       80.1       L, 15-42
Trent Dilfer               Cin.        9/11/05      34      26      .605     278       1       2       67.8       L, 13-27
*Charlie Frye            Jac.        12/4/05      20      13      .650     226       2       0       136.7      L, 14-20
Derek Anderson         at Pit.     12/7/06      37      21      .568     276       1       1       78.2       L, 30-40
Brady Quinn             Den.       11/6/08      35      23      .657     239       2       0       104.3      L, 30-34
Ken Dorsey               at Ten.    12/7/08      43      22      .512     150       0       1       49.6       L, 9-28
Bruce Gradkowski     at Pit.     12/28/08    16       5       .313      18        0       2       1.0         L, 0-31
Jake Delhomme         at T.B.    9/12/10      37      20      .541     227       1       2       59.2       L, 14-17
Seneca Wallace          K.C.       9/19/10      31      16      .516     229       1       1       73.2       L, 14-16          
*Colt McCoy             at Pit.     10/17/10    33      23      .697     281       1       2       80.5       L, 10-28
*Brandon Weeden      Phi.        9/9/12       35      12      .343     118       0       4       5.1         L, 16-17
Thaddeus Lewis         at Pit.     12/30/12    32      22      .688     204       1       1       83.3       L, 10-24
Brian Hoyer              at Min.   9/22/13      54      30      .556     321       3       3       68.5       W, 31-27
Jason Campbell         at K.C.   10/27/13    36      22      .611     293       2       0       105.4      L, 17-23          
*Johnny Manziel       Cin.        12/14/14    18      10      .556      80        0       2       27.3       L, 0-30            
*Connor Shaw        at Bal.    12/28/14  28     14     .500    177       0       1       55.2       L, 10-20         
Josh McCown         at NYJ   9/13/15     8       5      .625     49        0       0       79.7       L, 10-31         
Austin Davis           Cin.       12/6/15    38     25     .658    230       0       1       71.2       L, 3-37           
Robert Griffin III    at Phi.    9/11/16    26     12     .462    190       0       1       55.9       L, 10-29         
*Cody Kessler        at Mia.  9/25/16    33     21     .636    244       0       0       85.9       L, 24-30 (OT)            

*Denotes rookie

LT Joe Thomas extended his consecutive-snaps streak to 9,134, the longest active stretch in the league. Thomas has started all 147 career games and hasn't missed an offensive play since being selected by the Browns with the third overall pick in the 2007 draft.

TE Gary Barnidge recorded five receptions for 66 yards. He also scored on a successful two-point conversion attempt on a pass from QB Cody Kessler in the fourth quarter.

DB Jordan Poyer tallied a career-high 12 tackles.

The Browns play the Dolphins in the second half of the third regular season game.

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