In the NFL, red zone success can be linked to scoring touchdowns, not field goals. In 2020, Cleveland ranked fourth in the league with a 73% touchdown scoring rate in red zone. Currently, the Browns are 11th with a 61% rate. In the last two games, the offense has scored six touchdowns in nine trips in the red zone. Red zone efficiency and production is a microcosm of the overall success that the Browns have had in the last two games. In both, the loss to Baltimore and the dominant win over the Bengals, the offense had an impressive 776 yards.