Breaking down who played how much in Thursday night's victory over the Jets.
-- Rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, making his NFL debut in Thursday's second quarter, logged 46 snaps. The Browns gained 4 yards or scored on more than half of them. Veteran starter Tyrod Taylor played 31 before exiting with a concussion.
-- Behind the offensive linemen, who played all 77 snaps, the Browns' busiest offensive player was wide receiver Antonio Callaway, who played 69 of them. He finished with four catches for 20 yards.
-- Carlos Hyde, who scored two touchdowns, led Browns running backs with 45 snaps. Duke Johnson followed with 29 and rookie Nick Chubb had five.
-- Tight end Orson Charles was as active as he's been all season, playing 21 snaps. Though he's listed as a tight end, Charles mostly lines up as a fullback.
-- Linebacker Joe Schobert has now played every snap in 19 consecutive games. He was the only Browns defensive player to do so. Safety Damarious Randall and cornerback Denzel Ward played all but one.
-- Defensive end Myles Garrett played 57 snaps. He led the way with two sacks. Larry Ogunjobi led all defensive linemen with 60 snaps.
-- Chris Smith, who started in place of an injured Emmanuel Ogbah, played 41 snaps. James Burgess, who started in place of an injured Christian Kirksey, played 19.
-- Though he was sidelined during the first half with a shoulder injury, safety Jabrill Peppers still logged 40 snaps. Derrick Kindred had 30.
-- T.J. Carrie continued to carry the load at nickel cornerback, as he played 37 snaps. Briean Boddy-Calhoun played exclusively on special teams.