Mon. Jun 17th, 2019

2018 Browns: By the Numbers

If you have watched the Cleveland Browns at all the past decade then you know they have been pretty disappointing. If you have remained faithful then you are witnessing an impressive turnaround. Here is the Cleveland Browns season by the numbers:

17: Game losing streak snapped (Week 1 Tie)

19: Game winless streak snapped (Week 3)

18: Game AFC North winless streak snapped (Week 5)

33: Game losing streak on Sundays snapped (Week 5)

25: Game road losing streak snapped (Week 11)

64: Games without back-to-back wins snapped (Weeks 10 and 11)

2002: The AFC North formed

2-1-1: The Browns current divisional record (best start since the division formed)

2013: The last time Cleveland won consecutive games by double digits

2007: The last time Cleveland hasn’t allowed a sack in consecutive games

4: Touchdowns Baker Mayfield threw on Sunday. Set new career high and a Browns rookie record.

17: Passing touchdowns Mayfield has this year matching a rookie record set by Otto Graham in 1946

2-1: Gregg Williams and Freddie Kitchens record in three games

1: The amount of wins it will take to match Hue Jackson’s win total in 40 games as head coach

92: Nick Chubb set a franchise record with a 92 yard rushing touchdown vs Atlanta

1: Nick Chubb became the first player in Browns history to record rushing and recieving touchdowns in consecutive games

1: Mayfield is the first Browns rookie to throw for multiple touchdowns in five consecutive games. Also, he is the first quarterback to throw four touchdowns in a game since Brady Quinn in 2009.

2,242: Mayfield’s current passing yard total. It ranks fourth among Browns rookies, but he still have five games left.

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