Breaking down who played how much in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Chargers…
— Rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield and the Browns' offensive line played all 74 offensive snaps in a game where the unit struggled to consistently move the ball and produce points.
— Down a pair of wide receivers, Jarvis Landry played all but one snap (73) while rookie receiver Antonio Callaway played 72. The pair combined for 4 catches for 20 yards on 19 targets.
— Without Rashard Higgins (knee) and his backup, Derrick Willies (collarbone), rookie wide receiver Damion Ratley played a career-high 65 snaps. Higgins is being evaluated on a week-by-week basis with an MCL sprain while Willies was placed on injured reserve this past week.
— In what was his best game of the season, running back Duke Johnson played 35 snaps. The dynamic player combined for 109 all-purpose yards. Lead back Carlos Hyde played 32 while rookie Nick Chubb saw just seven plays of action.
— Rookie cornerback Denzel Ward and free safety Damarious Randall played all 60 defensive snaps while linebacker Christian Kirksey played all but one play in his third game back after missing Weeks 2 and 3.
— A mainstay on Cleveland's defense, middle linebacker Joe Schobert played 33 (55 percent) of the team's defensive snaps after suffering a hamstring injury. Before that, he had played every snap this season.
— Schobert's replacement, James Burgess, played 17 snaps before also suffering a hamstring injury.
— Briean Boddy-Calhoun led the team with 26 (90 percent) special teams snaps.