Here are some to ponder:
McCown has not had a drive where he did not get at least one first down. Two of his four drives (50 percent) went for more than two first downs.
Manziel has had four three-play drives where he did not get a first down. One of his nine drives (11 percent) went for more than two first downs.
McCown’s 75-yard touchdown drive was aided by a 35-yard pass interference penalty.
Manziel’s 36-yard touchdown drive was aided by a fumbled punt return that the Browns recovered.
McCown’s longest drive was 75 yards, when he went 5-for-5.
Manziel’s longest was 96 yards, when he went 6-for-7.
Of McCown’s drives, 75 yards came on his touchdown. On his other three, he gained 98 yards, 13 via penalty -- or 85 on plays the offense ran and completed, an average of 28 per possession.
Of Manziel’s drives, 132 yards have come on his two touchdowns. On his seven other possessions, he gained 73 yards, seven via penalty -- or 66 on plays the offense ran and completed, an average of 9.4 per possession.
Conclusions may be drawn freely.