The Browns have the best play-action offense in the NFL, according to new stats released by ESPN.
The Browns rank first in play-caller efficiency with a 63.3 percent success rate, while the Browns are the best in terms of percentage of plays that occur from their playbook.
Browns quarterbacks are averaging a play-a-thon of 5.2 per game this season.
They also rank second in play calling efficiency (66.4 percent), third in play time (1:20 per game) and third in completion percentage (53.8 percent).
Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer, who leads the Browns in completion percent, ranks second in completion rate, passing yards and touchdown passes, and tied for the team lead with 12 interceptions.
He’s also fourth in the league in yards per attempt (7.3) and fourth in touchdown passes.
Hoyer’s touchdown passes rank seventh in the National Football League, while his career passer rating is 105.6.
His overall completion percentage is 81.1 percent.
His three touchdown passes this season are tied for second in the League behind Matt Stafford.
Hoyer’s two interceptions this season rank third in the NFC, while Cleveland’s five interceptions are tied with Green Bay for the most in the entire NFL.
The Browns are tied on a career high in rushing attempts (16), fifth in passing yards (6,073), sixth in yards allowed per attempt (.265) and sixth in interceptions (two).
They also lead the NFL in yards after contact per attempt and quarterback hits allowed per game (8.8).
Cleveland ranks seventh in sacks (18) and 11th in QB hits allowed (15).
The Browns rank second-best in pass protection (fourth), ninth in sacks per game and seventh in QB hurries per game.
They rank second overall in sacks allowed (18), third overall in QB hit rate (23.4) and tied with the Jaguars for the second-most quarterback hits.
The Bengals are third-best on defense (fourth) and ninth in total defense (13).
They rank sixth in sacks surrendered (13) and eighth in QB sacks allowed per week (6.8), and rank fifth in quarterback hurries allowed per play (14.5).
The Bears are sixth in total offense (third) and seventh on defense.
They lead the League in scoring (29.2), passing yards per game (+33.1) and total offense (+54.9), as well as sacks surrendered per game, sacks allowed and QB hits surrendered per play.
The Bears rank seventh overall in pass blocking efficiency (65.1), second in sacks permitted (14), fifth overall in passing yardage per play and fourth overall in passer rating allowed.
The Raiders are eighth in total scoring (23), third on offense (29) and fifth in scoring defense (27).
They are tied in sacks held (13), fourth in quarterback hits surrendered (18.9) and QB hurry allowed per pass play (10.2).
The Raiders rank third overall and tied in QB pressures per play allowed (4.9).
The Saints are first in scoring offense (25.8) and first in rushing offense (22.1).
They lead in sacks, sacks per play, pass blocking, passing yardages, rushing yards and touchdowns.
The Saints rank second and tied among all NFL teams in yards from scrimmage (1,971.4), yards per play per play (-9.8 yards) and passing yards gained per play (+24.8%).
The Saints are fifth overall and ninth overall in total sacks surrendered, QB hits (28) and sacks allowed, and eighth overall in quarterback pressures per game allowed.