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Snap Count Review: Another Browns rookie is seeing his playing time increase

We're breaking down who played how much in Sunday's win over the Bengals.

-- The Browns ran just 56 offensive plays to Cincinnati's 75. That made for some long afternoons for a number of Browns defenders.

-- After playing nearly every snap the previous week in Pittsburgh, rookie Sheldrick Redwine was similarly active, playing 65 of a possible 75. Juston Burris played 23.

Check out photos of the Browns in action against the Bengals

-- Sheldon Richardson and Larry Ogunjobi barely came off the field, logging 65 and 63 snaps, respectively. Chad Thomas played the most snaps of any defensive end (60), while Bryan Cox and Porter Gustin logged 49 and 40 snaps, respectively.

-- The Browns mostly played with three cornerbacks or three safeties, leaving the opportunities for rookie LB Sione Takitaki to be much less frequent than previous weeks. He played five snaps.

-- Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt played 39 and 35 snaps, respectively.

-- KhaDarel Hodge and Damion Ratley split the duties as the team's No. 3 WR. Hodge played 13 snaps and Ratley played 16.

-- Stephen Carlson played the most snaps of any tight end with 41. He also had the most among TEs on special teams (14). David Njoku played 21 in his first game back from a wrist injury.

Check out the full breakdown of snaps by clicking the link below.

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