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Browns at the bye: By the numbers

-31: Cleveland’s point differential, 237-206.

1: Playoff appearance (2002) for the Browns since they returned in 1999.

2: Misses by kicker Austin Seibert in two attempts in the opening loss to Baltimore.

2: Misses by kicker Cody Parkey in 22 attempts since replacing Seibert in Week 2.

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3: Seasons since 1999 in which the Browns have been above .500 at the midpoint — 2007, 2014, 2020.

3: Completions, in three attempts, by receivers Jarvis Landry (two) and Odell Beckham Jr. for 74 yards and a TD.

4: Strip-sacks by defensive end Myles Garrett.

4: Touchdowns for Beckham in six games before his season-ending knee injury. He had four TDs in 16 games in 2019.

7: Team-leading touchdowns for running back Kareem Hunt, three rushing and four receiving.

11: Years since the Browns’ previous four-game winning streak.

13: Successful fourth-down conversions by opponents in 14 tries.

18: Years since the Browns made the playoffs.

19: Sacks for Garrett in his last 18 games.

19: Touchdowns by the offense in 25 trips into the red zone, 76 percent.

34: Runs of 10 yards or more by Hunt and Nick Chubb. Hunt led the league with 20 through Week 8.

48.5: Percent of third downs converted by opponents, 48 of 99.

90.9: Passer rating for Baker Mayfield, who’s completed 61.4 percent with 15 TDs and seven interceptions.

500: Offensive snaps for the Browns.

642: Yards from scrimmage for Hunt, 529 rushing and 113 receiving

3,701: Consecutive snaps played by center JC Tretter and left guard Joel Bitonio, dating to 2017.

At the bye: Midseason awards

Browns writer for The Chronicle-Telegram and The Medina Gazette. Proud graduate of Northwestern University. Husband and stepdad. Avid golfer who needs to hit the range to get down to a single-digit handicap. Right about Johnny Manziel, wrong about Brandon Weeden. Contact Scott at 440-329-7253, or email and follow him on and Twitter.

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