Breaking down who played how much in Sunday's 26-23 overtime loss to the Buccaneers…
-- The Browns defense was on the field for a whopping 95 plays in the team's fourth overtime game of the season. Three players in that group -- Briean Boddy-Calhoun, Jamie Collins and Christian Kirksey -- were on the field for every single snap. Prior to Sunday, Boddy-Calhoun, who played at free safety, had been used mostly on special teams since Week 2.
-- Damarious Randall, who played at cornerback, and Denzel Ward were close behind with 93 and 91 snaps, respectively.
-- In the wake of Joe Schobert's hamstring injury, rookie Genard Avery saw the biggest boost in playing time. He was on the field for 74 snaps.
-- Myles Garrett was on the field for 87 percent of the plays.
-- Shorthanded because of injuries, the Browns offense used just 16 players in Sunday's game.
-- In his first start following the trade of veteran Carlos Hyde, rookie Nick Chubb played 45 of a possible 68 snaps. Duke Johnson played 35.
-- Breshad Perriman, who was signed to the team last week, played 11 snaps in his Browns debut.
-- Jarvis Landry was on the field for all but one play. Antonio Callaway (51) and Damion Ratley (40) got the rest of the snaps at wide receiver.