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Browns wrap-up: 2020 by the numbers

Regular-season totals

-11

Point differential, 419-408, for the Browns as they went 11-5.

0

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Missed snaps for center JC Tretter for the fourth straight season.

1

NFL player — Nick Chubb in 2020 — to rush for 1,000 yards and 12 TDs on 190 or fewer attempts since Miami’s Mercury Morris in 1972.

1

Player in NFL history — Jarvis Landry — with 70 catches, 750 yards and three TDs in each of his first seven seasons.

Best and worst moments of a memorable 2020 season

3

Players to pass for 3,500 yards and 20 TDs in each of their first three seasons — Baker Mayfield (2018-20), Peyton Manning (1998-2000) and Andrew Luck (2012-14).

3

Pro Bowlers — defensive end Myles Garrett, left guard Joel Bitonio, Chubb.

3

Straight Pro Bowls for Bitonio.

6

Takeaways for the defense inside the red zone, first in the NFL.

10-0

Record when they won or tied the turnover battle.

12

Sacks by Garrett, four of which were strip-sacks.

16

Starts for Mayfield for the second straight year. Brian Sipe, from 1978-81, is the only other Browns quarterback to start 16 games in two straight years.

23

Total TDs scored by Chubb (12) and Kareem Hunt (11), the NFL’s only running back duo with 10 apiece.

50

Touchdowns for the Browns — 21 rushing, 27 passing, two returns.

50

Touchdowns for opponents — 16 rushing, 31 passing, three returns.

64

Tackles for Sheldon Richardson, most in the NFL for a defensive lineman.

73.6

Touchdown percentage in the red zone (39 on 53 trips), third in the NFL and Cleveland’s best since returning in 1999.

110.8

Rushing yards allowed per game, ninth in the NFL.

148.4

Rushing yards per game, third in the NFL and Cleveland’s most since 1978.

599

Receiving yards for Rashard Higgins, a career high.

3,557

Rushing yards for Chubb in his first three years. He ranks sixth on Cleveland’s all-time list.

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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