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Snap Count Review: Browns' depth shines bright on hot day in Baltimore

We're analyzing who played how much in the Browns' 40-25 victory over the Ravens.

-- In the second game without David Njoku, Cleveland deployed its three tight ends far more often than it did against the Rams. Demetrius Harris (46 of 69), Pharoah Brown (33 of 69) and Ricky Seals-Jones (21 of 69) were all active and regular members of the offense.

-- One week after playing all but two snaps, Nick Chubb played 44 of 69 offensive snaps. His legs certainly looked fresh on that 88-yard touchdown run.

-- Dontrell Hilliard got his most work of the season, playing 25 snaps.

-- Cleveland deployed its heavy package a couple of times near the goal line, allowing Justin McCray to get on the field for three plays.

-- Joe Schobert, Jermaine Whitehead, Mack Wilson and Damarious Randall never came off the field.

-- The Browns had a nice rotation going with their defensive linemen, as backups Chad Thomas (20), Daniel Ekuale (21), Chris Smith (24) and Devaroe Lawrence (29) got their most action of the season.

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