Cleveland Browns Records
Listed below are Cleveland Browns Records, Firsts, Odds &
First NFL Draft Choice: Ken Carpenter, HB,
Oregon State, 1950.
First Regular-Season Game in the AAFC: A 44-0
victory over the Miami Seahawks, 9/6/46.
First Regular-Season Game in the NFL: A 35-10
victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, 9/16/50.
First Touchdown/AAFC: A 19-yard touchdown pass from
Cliff Lewis to Mac Speedie vs. the Miami Seahawks, 9/6/46.
First Touchdown/NFL: A 59-yard touchdown pass
from Otto Graham to Dub Jones vs. the Philadelphia Eagles, 9/16/50.
First Winning Season/AAFC: 1946 (12-2).
First Winning Season/NFL: 1950 (10-2).
First Playoff Appearance/AAFC: A 14-9 victory
over the New York Yankees in the AAFC Championship game, 12/22/46.
First Playoff Appearance/NFL: An 8-3 victory
over the New York Giants in the NFL Eastern Conference playoff
First to Rush 100 Yards in a Game: Marion Motley,
143 yards vs. the Los Angeles Dons, 10/20/46.
First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Jim Brown, 1,527 (1958).
First To Pass 400 Yards in a Game: Otto Graham,
401 yards vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers, 10/4/52.
Most Career Rushing Yards: Jim Brown, 12,312
Most Career Passing Yards: Brian Sipe, 23,713
Most Career Receptions: Ozzie Newsome, 662
All-Time Leading Scorer: Lou Groza, 1,608 points,
(1946-1949 AAFC, 1950-1959, 1961-1967 NFL).
First Brown Elected to the Hall of Fame: QB
Otto Graham, 1965.
It's A Fact: Twenty former Browns coaches or
players have become NFL head coaches.