Breaking down who played how much in a 21-21 tie against the Steelers…
— Browns starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor and the offensive line played all 89 offensive snaps Sunday. In his regular season debut, Taylor passed for 197 yards and a touchdown while adding 77 yards and another score on the ground.
— In a game where Cleveland's defense forced six turnovers, three defenders played all 84 defensive snaps: linebacker Joe Schobert, defensive end Myles Garrett and cornerback Denzel Ward. Schobert led the Browns with eight tackles and had a crucial fumble recovery late in overtime; Garrett was a force all game long, registering two sacks, two forced fumbles, two quarterback hurries, six tackles and a pass breakup; the rookie Ward made two interceptions to go along with three pass breakups
— Jarvis Landry led the Browns' offensive playmakers with 81 snaps followed by David Njoku (78), Josh Gordon (69), Rashard Higgins (54), Carlos Hyde (47), Duke Johnson (41) and Antonio Callaway (15).
— After playing every single defensive snap in 2017, linebacker Christian Kirksey played 61 snaps. His teammate, Jamie Collins, played 51 snaps in his first game back from a season-ending knee injury in November. Rookie Genard Avery, who impressed in the preseason, had a sack, two quarterback hurries and a forced fumble in 43 snaps.
— Second-year defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi led the team's interior line with 79 snaps. Trevon Coley, who started 15 games last season, played 42 snaps after missing most of training camp with a high-ankle sprain.
— In Cleveland's new-look secondary, free safety Damarious Randall played 83 snaps, followed by cornerback Terrance Mitchell (67), Derrick Kindred (62) and Jabrill Peppers (35).
— Defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah, who suffered an ankle injury in the first half but returned shortly thereafter, played 27 snaps.