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Monday Snap Counts: Who played how much against the Raiders

Breaking down who played how much in Sunday's tough, tough loss to the Raiders.

-- On a long, long day for everyone, it was especially long for Cleveland's defense. The unit was on the field for 92 plays over the course of four quarters and overtime. Two players -- LB Joe Schobert and CB Denzel Ward -- played every single snap.

-- Defensive linemen Myles Garrett (87) and Larry Ogunjobi (79) were plenty active, too.

-- In their first appearances since Week 1, DE Emmanuel Ogbah (74) and LB Christian Kirksey (83) played their typical workload.

-- CB Terrance Mitchell was on the field for 17 snaps before suffering a broken forearm. He was replaced by E.J. Gaines, who played 42 snaps and nabbed an interception in the process.

-- After playing only on special teams against the Jets, Briean Boddy-Calhoun was on the field for 33 plays Sunday. No one played on more special teams than Boddy-Calhoun (38), either.

-- Snaps from safeties Derrick Kindred (55) and Jabrill Peppers (37) add up exactly to the 92 played by the defense.

-- Outside of QB Baker Mayfield and the offensive line, WR Jarvis Landry was the most active player on offense with 73 of a possible 82 snaps.

-- Rookie RB Nick Chubb was on the field for three snaps. He ran the ball every time, scoring twice from 63 and 41 yards, respectively, to finish with 105 yards.

-- Carlos Hyde (50) took the bulk of the snaps at running back.

-- Veteran WR Rod Streater played five snaps in his first action with the Browns.