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By the Numbers: Costly turnovers prove to be the difference in Pittsburgh

The Browns turned the ball over a total of 4 times in Monday's showdown

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We're breaking down the key numbers from the Browns' 26-22 loss to the Steelers in their Monday Night Football matchup

69 — Jerome Ford's 69-yard run set up Pierre Strong Jr. for a 1-yard TD and a 22-19 lead with 10 minutes to play in the third quarter.

90 — Amari Cooper caught six passes for 90 yards and served as Watson's go-to option on a handful of important third downs.

106 — Jerome Ford rushed for 106 yards after Nick Chubb went down with a serious knee injury.

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2 —The defense forced two turnovers on the Steelers' offense—an interception by Grant Delpit and a forced fumble recovered by Delpit.

6 — The Steelers defense sacked Deshaun Watson six times and hurried him a total of 11 times.

51 — The defense held the Steelers to only 51 yards rushing. Twenty-one of those yards came on a single run by Najee Harris.

14 — Total points scored by the Steelers' defense after a pick-6 in the first quarter and a game-sealing fumble return for a touchdown in the fourth.

198 — The Browns rushed for 198 yards, with Nick Chubb compiling 64 before going down with an injury and Ford adding 106.

127 — George Pickens only caught four passes but made a big impact with 127 yards — 71 of which coming on a long touchdown catch in the second quarter.

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