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Snap Count Review: Kareem Hunt takes on big role in Browns debut

We're examining who played how much in the Browns' 19-16 victory over the Bills.

-- In his Browns debut, Kareem Hunt was active early and often. He saw the field for 38 of a possible 70 snaps while Nick Chubb played 57. Hunt touched the ball 11 times, running four times for 30 yards and catching seven passes for 44 yards.

-- Hunt and Chubb were on the field together for 28 plays. According to Next Gen Stats, Chubb gained 113 of his 116 yards when Hunt was on the field.

-- Rashard Higgins played by far his most snaps since suffering a Week 1 injury. He was on the field for 33 of a possible 70 snaps and certainly made the most of his last one, catching a touchdown that proved to be the game-winner.

-- With Ricky Seals-Jones sidelined, Demetrius Harris received the most snaps among tight ends with 34. Stephen Carlson and Pharaoh Brown played 18 and 17, respectively.

-- Mack Wilson, Morgan Burnett, Joe Schobert and Damarious Randall played all 69 snaps on defense.

-- In his first start with the Browns, Chad Thomas played 54 of a possible 69 snaps.

-- T.J. Carrie saw a big increase in playing time from the previous week as the team's slot cornerback, playing 51 snaps.

-- Rookie LB Sione Takitaki got his most defensive snaps of the season, playing 11 snaps.

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Check out photos of the Browns in action against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday

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