Facts and Figures From Browns Loss

Miscellaneous notes from the Browns 24-14 loss to Buffalo.


  • Rookie running back Trent Richardson recorded a rushing touchdown for the second consecutive contest. He also added six receptions for 24 yards. On the season, he is leading the team in receptions with 11, totaling 65 yards and one touchdown.
  • Tight end Jordan Cameron recorded career highs in both receptions (five) and receiving yards (45). His previous career bests were three receptions (at Arizona, December 18, 2011) and 15 yards (vs. Pittsburgh, January 1, 2012).
  • Rookie wide receiver Travis Benjamin recorded two receptions for 44 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown catch. The touchdown was the first of his career.
  • With 85 kickoff return yards today, wide receiver Joshua Cribbs passed Michael Bates (9,110) for sixth place on the NFL career kickoff return yards list. Cribbs has now totaled 9,178 career kickoff return yards.
  • Linebacker Craig Robertson led the team with eight tackles, which tied a career-high that he set during the season opener this year against Philadelphia on September 9.
  • Kicker Phil Dawson tied Gene Hickerson for fourth place on the Browns' career regular season games played list with 202.  Dawson trails only Clay Matthews (232), Lou Groza (216) and Doug Dieken (203).


Player                     Years                            Total

1.      Clay Matthews        1978-93                        232

2.      Lou Groza               1950-59, 1961-67         216

3.      Doug Dieken           1971-84                        203

                          4.      Phil Dawson           1999-2011                    202

Gene Hickerson      1958-60, 1962-73         202

6.      Ozzie Newsome      1978-90                        198

  • Left tackle Joe Thomas has started and played in each of the first 83 games of his career, while center Alex Mack has started and played in each of the first 51 games of his career. Neither one of the two have missed an offensive snap during their career.
  • Defensive back Sheldon Brown has played in 163 consecutive regular season games, a figure which currently ranks fifth among all defensive players.
  • The paid attendance for today's game was 69,353, which marked the club's highest figure since October 25, 2009 when 69,797 were on hand to see the team face the Green Bay Packers.
  • Nine different players recorded at least one reception today, marking the most in a single-game since quarterback Colt McCoy connected with a franchise-high 11 different players on October 2, 2011 against the Tennessee Titans.