Monday Snap Counts: Browns dig into D-Line depth in high altitude

Breaking down who played how much in Saturday's win over the Broncos …

-- The quartet of Joel Bitonio, JC Tretter, Kevin Zeitler and Chris Hubbard maintained its streak of playing every single snap in 2018. It's been especially impressive for Tretter, who has been dealing with a high ankle sprain since Week 6.

-- RB Duke Johnson saw his snaps increase from the previous few weeks, as the Browns deployed him on 26 of a possible 67 plays.

-- WR Breshad Perriman saw some of his highest usage of the season, playing 28 snaps.

-- With Orson Charles out for the season, Seth DeValve saw his snaps increase. He was used on 15 plays.

-- Kyle Kalis, who was recently called up from the practice squad, played his first snap with the Browns as an extra lineman.

-- LB Joe Schobert played all 73 snaps on defense. Damarious Randall, T.J. Carrie and Terrance Mitchell played 72.

-- Anthony Zettel saw some of his highest usage of the season, playing 21 snaps. That helped Myles Garrett, who was used on 52.

-- Tanner Vallejo played 23 snaps, as the Browns got plenty of usage out of their linebackers against a run-heavy Denver offense.

-- As a result, slot corner Briean Boddy-Calhoun wasn't needed as much as he's been in previous weeks. He played 56 snaps

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