Stats and Facts: Browns vs. Vikings

This marked the Browns' first regular season game played outside of the United States.

Rookie QB DeShone Kizer threw for 179 yards and rushed for 18 yards, including one touchdown. His three rushing scores this season are the most by a Browns quarterback since Derek Anderson had three in 2007.

LB Joe Schobert registered a game-high 11 tackles and recorded his first career interception.

RBIsaiah Crowell rushed for 64 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown and added 54 receiving yards. Crowell's 20 career rushing touchdowns are tied for the fourth-most by a Brown in their first four seasons. His 21 career touchdowns are the third-most by a Browns player since 1999. With 2,616 career rushing yards, he ranks ninth on the Browns all-time rushing list.

Most rushing TDs by a Brown in first four seasons

1. Jim Brown1957-60489645,05549
2. Leroy Kelly1964-67554872,49726
3. Kevin Mack1985-88517202,98925
4. Isaiah Crowell2014-17566332,61620
Earnest Byner1984-87515152,13720

Most TDs by a Browns player since 1999

1. Braylon EdwardsWR62028028
2. Kevin JohnsonWR73023023
3. Isaiah CrowellRB56201021
4. Joshua CribbsWR124271120

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)566332,61620
10. Bobby Mitchell1958-61 (4)504232,29716

DL Carl Nassib recorded his second sack of the season and knocked down two passes at the line of scrimmage. He has 4.5 sacks in his career.

For the first time since Dec. 31, 2006, someone other than Joe Thomas started at left tackle for the Browns. Spencer Drango opened at left tackle in place of Thomas who tore his triceps in the third quarter against the Titans on Oct. 22. The 10-time Pro Bowler had started the previous 167 games, which was the longest active streak in the NFL among offensive linemen and fourth-longest among all NFL players. Kevin Shaffer was the last Brown to start at left tackle prior to Thomas.

DL Emmanuel Ogbah registered one pass defensed and blocked an extra point.

Rookie RB Matthew Dayes returned a kickoff 71 yards. It was the longest kickoff return by a Brown since Travis Benjamin returned one 86 yards against Buffalo on Nov. 3, 2013.

DB Briean Boddy-Calhoun left the game with a hamstring injury.

The Browns play the Minnesota Vikings in London in Week 8.

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