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Snap Count Review: Browns roll with cast of 'next men up' to fill void left by Nick Chubb

Clevelands taps Kareem Hunt, D'Ernest Johnson and Dontrell Hilliard for extensive action Sunday

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

Nick Chubb played just 14 snaps Sunday before he was lost for the game with a knee injury. Instead of relying exclusively on Kareem Hunt, who barely practiced during the week because of a groin injury, the Browns went with a three-headed monster in the backfield with D'Ernest Johnson and Dontrell Hilliard getting their most extensive action of the season. The end result: 26 snaps for Hunt, 17 for Johnson and 15 for Hilliard.

— Making his NFL debut, Donovan Peoples-Jones played 33 snaps. His role likely increased in a big way after KhaDarel Hodge suffered a hamstring injury in pre-game warmups. The Browns played just three WRs on Sunday.

Chris Hubbard filled in for Jack Conklin for four snaps Sunday. Conklin played the other 71.

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— TE Harrison Bryant received some of his most extensive action of the season. He played 52 snaps while Austin Hooper played 63. Stephen Carlson was on the field for 16.

Andrew Sendejo, Terrance Mitchell and Denzel Ward played all 82 snaps on defense.

— Tavierre Thomas (39) and M.J. Stewart Jr. (30) were utilized heavily against the Cowboys' deep WR corps.

— In his first game back from injury, Olivier Vernon led all defensive linemen with 65 snaps. Myles Garrett was close behind with 60.

— In his second game back from injury, Mack Wilson played 27 snaps. Jacob Phillips, who had been out since Week 1, played 17.

Ronnie Harrison Jr. played 11 snaps, his first double-digit snaps game of the season.

Check out the full breakdown by clicking on the link below.

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