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.
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— Tavierre Thomas (39) and M.J. Stewart Jr. (30) were utilized heavily against the Cowboys' deep WR corps.
— Ronnie Harrison Jr. played 11 snaps, his first double-digit snaps game of the season.
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