Sunday's game between the Vikings and the Browns at the Metrodome was close, even in statistical categories, something reflected in the final score, a 31-27 win for Cleveland.
Still, there are three telling stats in the game that mattered. Here they are.
The number of turnovers created by the Vikings - one fumble and three interceptions - that normally would lead a team to victory, but somehow didn't.
The number of touchdowns and interceptions thrown by Browns QB Brian Hoyer, previously an unheard of backup.
The number of sacks and tackles by Vikings DE Jared Allen.