McCown’s Record Day Leads Cleveland Browns to Rare Win Over Baltimore Ravens

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Oct 11, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine celebrates after his team scores during the fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Cleveland Browns defeated Baltimore Ravens 33-30 in over time. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

By The Numbers

39:16: The total time of possession for the Browns today, compared to just 29:01 for the Ravens. It’s about time the Browns won in this stat and won a game.

80: The number of plays ran by the Browns offense. They lack a truly explosive offense, but their intermediate passing attack has allowed them to string together successful drives, as evidence by this stat.

83: The number of rushing yards for the Browns. the most they’ve had in a few weeks.

0: The number of turnovers for the Browns and the Ravens. For the Browns, this is a leading factor for the recent success of the offense.

9: The number of different receivers to record a catch today for the Browns. Without a true number one guy, it’s going to have to be a group effort.

12-19: The biggest stat of the day. This is the Browns conversion rate on 3rd down. When the pressure was on, the Browns offense, namely Josh McCown, stepped up its game.

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