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Monday Snap Counts: 3 Browns defenders never come off the field in another high-volume game

Breaking down who played how much in Sunday's 12-9 overtime victory over the Ravens…

-- For the 21st consecutive game, linebacker Joe Schobert played every single snap. He was one of three defenders, joining defensive backs Denzel Ward and Damarious Randall, who played all 87 defensive snaps Sunday.

-- With 87 snaps Sunday, the Browns defense has played a combined 179 snaps in its past two games.

-- Safety Jabrill Peppers saw his snaps increase from the previous week. He played 37 (40 percent) against the Raiders and 48 (55 percent) on Sunday.

-- Rookie running back Nick Chubb saw his snaps increase from three to 11 after last week's breakout performance against the Raiders. He finished with 2 yards on three carries.

-- Duke Johnson, who helped put the Browns in game-winning field goal range with three consecutive carries for a combined 24 yards, led the running backs with 41 snaps.

-- Wide receiver Jarvis Landry was on the field for all 80 offensive plays.

-- Undrafted rookie Derrick Willies, who came into Sunday's game with four offensive snaps on the season, played 26 after Rashard Higgins went down with a knee injury. He caught three passes for 61 yards.

-- Veteran wide receiver Rod Streater, who was signed Week 3, played a season-high 18 snaps.

-- In his Browns debut, defensive tackle Brian Price, who was signed off the practice squad earlier in the week, played 15 snaps.