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Monday Snap Counts: Browns make the most out of every offensive play

Breaking down who played how much in Sunday's 28-16 win over the Falcons…

-- T.J. Carrie and Denzel Ward — along with the Browns entire offensive line and Baker Mayfield — played every snap on Sunday. Ward and center JC Tretter playing the whole game is especially notable because both battled injuries heading into Sunday's game. Tretter has been fighting a sprained ankle for weeks and Ward couldn't finish the game against the Chiefs because of a hip injury. Damarious Randall and Jamie Collins came close to playing every snap, missing just one and four, respectively.

-- WR Breshad Perriman doubled his snap count from last week, once again increasing his role in the offense. Genard Avery, Anthony Zettel and Dontrell Hilliard also saw significant increases in playing time. Hilliard played nine compared to last week's four, Zettel 25 to last week's eight and Avery 53 to last week's 40.

-- Joe Schobert eased his way back into the lineup Sunday. Typically an every-snap player, Schobert played 51 of 75 on Sunday. In typical Schobert fashion, however, his "ease back" was still good for the eighth most defensive snaps on the team.

-- The Browns defensive line saw a decrease in percentage of snaps this week. Myles Garrett was down from 87 percent to 67, Larry Ogunjobi was down from 92 percent to 52, Emmanuel Ogbah was down from 83 percent to 71 and Trevon Coley was down from 62 percent to 36. This is presumably because the defense was on the field more this week and because the Browns had such a comfortable lead for much of the second half.

-- David Njoku and Darren Fells nearly split snaps, playing 35 and 32, respectively. The Browns commitment to running the ball bodes well for Fells' playing time prospects.