0: Points allowed by the Lions in the second half. The Lions defense struggled in the first half, allowing 250 total yards as the Browns jumped out to a 17-7 lead. In the second half, though, the Browns gained just 145 yards and were shut out as the Lions came back for a 31-17 victory.
13: Career games in which Matthew Stafford has thrown at least three touchdowns. Stafford broke Bobby Layne's franchise record Sunday when he completed his third touchdown pass, a 23-yarder to tight end Joseph Fauria in the fourth quarter. Surprisingly, Sunday's game against the Browns was the first time he threw at least three touchdowns this season, and Stafford finished the victory with four touchdowns and just one interception.
100: Percentage of Lions red zone drives in which they scored a touchdown. Too many times this season, the Lions have had an impressive drive stalled inside the 20. Entering Week 6, the Lions scored touchdowns on just 10 of their 18 red zone drives. Sunday, though, the Lions scored touchdowns all three times they reached the red zone.
11: Rushing yards by the Browns in the second half. The Browns actually eclipsed their season-best rushing performance in the first half Sunday with 115 yards on 16 carries, a 7.2-yard average. However, the Lions barely gave Browns ballcarriers an inch in the second half, allowing just 11 yards on five carries. The lack of balance led to a stagnant Browns attack in the second half.
2: Interceptions by Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy. Depending on how a few people ahead of him perform, Levy could be tied for the league lead in picks after this week's games with four.