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A list of stats and notes from the Washington Commanders' 24-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns, presented by BDO by the Numbers, as compiled by Washington Commanders Public Relations.
- The Washington Commanders, fell to the Cleveland Browns, 24-10 at FedExField on Sunday.
- Washington held Cleveland to 4-11 on third down.
- Washington held the Browns to 24 points, the 13th time this season they have allowed 24-or-fewer points in a game, the most such games in the NFL.
- Washington held the Browns to 260 yards total net yards, their third fewest yards allowed this season.
- Washington had a 21-play, 96-yard touchdown drive in the second quarter. Per Stathead, that was the most plays in a single drive for Washington since at least 2001.
- Quarterback Carson Wentz completed 16-of-28 passes for 143 yards and two interceptions. He also rushed three times for seven yards and a touchdown. It was his first rushing touchdown since Week 7 of last season.
- Running Back Brian Robinson Jr. had 24 carries for 87 yards. It was his fifth game this season with 80 or more rushing yards.
DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS
- Defensive Tackle Daron Payne had 2.0 sacks and now has 11.5 on the season. He has tied David Butz for the most by an interior defensive lineman in a single season in franchise history.
- Payne is the first Washington player to record 10 or more sacks in a single season since Ryan Kerrigan did so in 2018.
- Payne passed Preston Smith for the fifth-most sacks by a Washington player within their first five seasons.
- It was the Payne's second multi-sack game of the season and of his career.
- Defensive End Montez Sweat recorded his 8.0 sack of the season. He is one away from tying a single-season career-high set in 2020. He added two quarterback hits and two tackles for loss.
- Cornerback Danny Johnson had two passes defensed, his third multi-pass defensed game this season.
- Punter Tress Way pinned his 34th punt inside the 20-yard line, the second-most in a single season in franchise history.