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Snap Count Review: Browns rotate RBs, utilize 5 WRs in loss at Denver

We're breaking down who played how much in last night's loss to the Broncos.

-- The Browns have relied heavily on Nick Chubb throughout the season but they went with more of a rotation Sunday. Chubb played 45 snaps while Dontrell Hilliard was on the field for 30.

-- Cleveland also divvied up snaps at wide receiver a little differently. Behind Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr., who played 71 of a possible 75 snaps apiece, Antonio Callaway played 36 snaps, Rashard Higgins played 15 and KhaDarel Hodge played eight.

-- Greg Robinson got the start at left tackle but was forced off the field for a couple of snaps. He played 73 of a possible 75. Justin McCray filled his spot while he was out.

-- Rookie TE Stephen Carlson played 23 snaps in his NFL debut. Demetrius Harris saw a big increase in snaps (51) because of Ricky Seals-Jones' knee injury.

-- Five players on defense were on the field for all 50 snaps -- Mack Wilson, Denzel Ward, Joe Schobert, Morgan Burnett and Jermaine Whitehead.

-- The Browns utilized a third linebacker more than they typically do, as Adarius Taylor saw the field for 26 snaps.

-- Cleveland didn't have to use its slot corner as much as it does in normal games. T.J. Carrie was on the field for 21 snaps.

-- DT Eli Ankou played three snaps in his Browns debut. Tae Davis played on most special teams in his first game.

Check out a full breakdown of everyone's snaps by clicking the link below.

Check out photos of the Browns against the Broncos

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